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Come and dance in your red dress for most Wuthering Heights
This event celebrates Kate Bush and her iconic song, Wuthering Heights. At the same time, it will be also raising awareness of domestic violence through Vinnies Women's Crisis Centre. This centre takes in women escaping domestic violence as well as their children and animals.
It will be held on 14th July 2019 at 11.00 am at the Botanic Park in Adelaide. After the dancing, you can adjourn to the Hackney Hotel for lunch and drinks. Here organisers hope to see if people are up for a second dance in front of the Art Gallery! Are you up to this?
Amanda is going to be running the Wuthering Heights Day this year. Some people may know Amanda from the dancing in previous years. She also helped set up the Canberra group for their Wuthering event.
Amanda asks that you let her know if you want rehearsal sessions as some of the other groups do, or if you would like some actually done in your own area? Currently, Amanda is able to talk to people about the dance moves in Botanic Park at 9:30am on most Saturdays.
History of the Event In 2013, 300 Kate Bushes (or Cathys) got together in the seaside British town of Brighton. Here they re-enacted that famous 1978 Wuthering Heights video clip, red dresses and all.
Last year, on the 40th anniversary of this fabulous song's release, around 400 diehard fans including women, men, and children met up to do the exact same thing.
Now in its 4th year, the flash group dance event has grown into a worldwide phenomenon with over 30 places taking part in this! On this day, people all over the world will be gathering in the larger cities and wearing their cutest red frocks. They will all delight in the experience of the 1978 Kate Bush masterpiece, Wuthering Heights. Everyone will be able to dance to their heart's content.