ludo-dance

Puccini

Senior Member
English- British
ludo-dance

This comes from a list of courses at a sports centre. It's a course for girls aged 4 to 11. I can only think of "play through dance" or "having fun with dance". Can anyone think of a better way of putting it?
 
Last edited by a moderator:
  • london calling

    Senior Member
    UK English
    Trip the light fandango?:D

    Seriously, what about:

    Dancing for fun.
    Come dancing and have fun!
    Dancing is fun!

    I know they sound more like slogans, but they might work as the name of a course. See what you think!;)
     

    Puccini

    Senior Member
    English- British
    Thanks everyone. I like 'fun with dance' and 'dancing for fun'. Either would do, I think I may go with the second.
     
    Top