University of Sunderland Dance Society

Welcome to the University of Sunderland Dance Society Weblog. This site will give details of rehearsals, performances, socials and will also give you the oportunity to view profiles of our members.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Wenesday 08th November Pirates!!!

Hi everybody, hope you will all be out tonight in Manor Quay. Remember Pirates is the theme! See you there and I promise you some pictures asap.

Sunday, October 29, 2006

Rate Our President!

This devastatingly attractive young man is our president Adam Forgan. Adam is a third year student at the University and is studying English and Gender.. impressive! His profile can be seen in full below:

Name: Adam Forgan
DOB: 16/06/85
Hobby: Dance (obviously!)
Status: Single
Sexuality: Gay
Film: Scary Movie, Dirty Dancing
Song: Dreamer, Livin Joy
Music Genre: Pop

Please leave your comments about Adam by clicking the link below. You can comment on anything you like. If you are part of dance, you could comment on him as a president and if not comment on anything from his profile.


So far, we have had some great themes for Wednesdays at Manor Quay. They have included School girls, twice! Sailors, Cave girls and pink pjs for Breast Cancer week. All have been great fun as you can see from the photos! As it's halloween this Tuesday, there is no trip to Manor Quay on Wednesday. Rehearsals for the Christmas show start on Thursday so make sure you're there!


Welcome to the brand spanking new weblog for the UOS Dance Society! This week has been a busy one for us as we have been preparing for the Halloween performance at Manor Quay that took place last night. All except me who had family committments and couldn't do it, gutted! Our dedicated dancers have put in a grueling 19 hours of rehearsals in the last six days!

Even though I didn't make it to the performance, I managed to make the rehearsals on Saturday afternoon and took some rather good photos. Anyone who was at Manor Quay and saw our fabulous performance, Please feel free to leave your comments below and let us know what you thought. Likewise, if you were in the performance and would like to make a comment on how it went I'm sure the rest of the society would love to hear it!