not your scene

not (really) (one's) scene

Not something one particularly enjoys or is good at. A: "Do you want to come with me to the concert this Saturday?" B: "No thanks, heavy metal isn't my scene." I'll give it a try, but car repair isn't really my scene.
See also: not, scene

not your scene

not something you are interested in. informal
See also: not, scene
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IF that's not your scene then try Circus the same night when Yousef is joined by Vitalic, below, Tiefschwarz, Tim Green, SOS and Lewis Boardman.
If that is not your scene, a short drive takes you nearby Christchurch or Bournemouth for a taste of the seaside or a walk on the promenade.
If a scooter is not your scene and you want a proper bike, up until now your only choice was the Cagiva Mito, Honda's NSR 125 R or an Aprilia RS 125 and, although all are very fine motorcycles, all are two strokes and prices of around pounds 3,800 are restrictive.
And if that's not your scene they will be hosting the first Clubland party in Ireland on Saturday, September 4 when four artists featured on the current album will be appearing.
If a scooter is not your scene and you want a 'proper' bike, up until now your only choices were the Cagiva Mito, Honda's NSR 125 R or an Aprilia RS 125, and although they are very fine motorcycles, all are two strokes and prices of around pounds 3,800 are restrictive.
But if Spain is not your scene, there will also be second homes and holiday villas available in almost anywhere you can think of, from Florida, Colorado and Nevada, to France, Italy, Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Portugal and Gibraltar.
And if pony games are not your scene,on the same field on July 25 the area dress age competition is taking place -an occasion to be enjoyed with an iced tea or Pimm's.