More than 100 Kate Bush fans donned red and danced in tribute to legendary English singer and her iconic 1978 hit ‘Wuthering Heights’ on Sunday 14 July at Home of The Arts. This year, talented choreographer and professional dancer, Dotty Timms led a workshop on the forecourt at the wonderful Home of the Arts. The event was presented by Lights Out And Dance in conjunction with Impact Weddings & Events, breaking down all the moves in easy-to-follow steps, culminating in a joyful recreation of Kate Bush‘s iconic dance. DJ HelterSkelter played all the Kate Bush hits whilst Mark Buckley Photography captured all of the wuthering goodness.
The Most Wuthering Heights Day EVER is inspired by Wuthermothers, Shambush, who first created and presented this epic event in 2013 – and is held in 60 locations all around the world in July to coincide with the release of the hit song. All proceeds from the day went to Friends With Dignity the not-for-profit organisation, recognised as The Australian Charity Of The Year 2018. The organisation supports survivors of domestic and family violence by helping them get back on their feet after experiencing hardship and the terrible effects that domestic violence has on families.
Readers also enjoyed socials from Amcham July 4.