On Saturday 13th April there are 2 workshops on the Dance of the Ouled Nayl and Algerian Rai, followed by the Hafla in the evening. Then on Sunday 14th April, there is a very special workshop in Sufi spinning. I've taken the Sufi workshop before and can thoroughly recommend it.
For all the details and to book, go to Borders Arabic Dance. And don't miss the excellent early bird deal for all bookings made by 18th March (£65 for all 3 workshops).
If you don't know Amel already, here's a wee excerpt from her official bio:
Amel Tafsout inspirational master dance artist, choreographer and one of the finest exponents of contemporary and traditional Magreb dance of our time. Raised in Algeria she has been fascinated by dance and music since childhood. She holds 2 M.A .degrees in sociolinguistics and romance languages a research in dance ethnology and a long training in healing practises. Her knowledge and experience make her completely unique. Now resident in the United States she is a voyager between countries, languages and cultures.
I hope to see you there!