No Lights, No Lycra: the dance-in-the-dark craze hits Glasgow

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No Lights, No Lycra: the dance-in-the-dark craze hits Glasgow

As a wise man once said, you can’t start a fire without a spark. However, now you can go dancing in the dark, as the No Lights, No Lycra craze has finally arrived in Glasgow. Starting in Melbourne in 2009 and spreading worldwide soon after, NLNL is a midweek, drugs, alcohol and inhibition-free hour of dancing like nobody can see you – because they can’t! The lights are out! Rediscover your love of dipping, popping, crunking and shaking it, without fear of looking like an idiot. You might want to watch the expressive hand gestures, though – you could have someone’s eye out.

No Lights No Lycra, Vic Café Bar, Glasgow School of Art, every Thursday, 6pm (£2 suggested donation).

No Lights, No Lycra

You can't start a fire without a spark … but you can go dancing in the dark. Weekly, in Glasgow, in fact, at this inhibitions-be-damned dance party in a darkened room. It's part of a worldwide phenomenon, with groups springing up in all the globe's centres of hipster activity, from Brooklyn to our own backyard. Just…

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