Our classes are all evening classes and run on Monday to Thursday.
Our Beginners Courses are tailored for those who have never danced before.
We teach a mixture of Ballroom and Latin
American dances. Beginners will learn the very basics of:
Cha Cha Cha
Rock and Roll
As pupils become more confident we teach more variations in these dances and gradually learn from the following:
There is no set length of time for how long our classes will run. Pupils stay with us until they feel they have reached the level they are happy with. Some of our advanced level pupils have been with us for over 4 years.
It usually doesn't cause a problem. If you miss a few lessons for any reason please talk to us about it and we can help you get back up to speed with your class.
Most people dress "smart casual" with some being more casual and some being more smart. The most important thing is to be comfortable when dancing. The most important thing is to be comfortable when dancing.
A pair of shoes with leather type soles are fine. Trainers are not suitable for dancing. Ladies sandals are not ideal to start with either – toes do get trodden on!
There is no official dress code for our regular Dance Evenings. Most people wear smart casual but some couples take the opportunity to dress up a bit more with the lady wearing a dress.
Our Summer Event and Christmas Dance are "black tie and posh frock". For gentlemen this can be a dinner suit or a dark suit with a tie.
Classes cost £7.50 per person per class. Each class lasts an hour.
Classes are on a "pay as you go" basis so you pay at the beginning of each class you attend.
Yes, you do.
No. We never ask you to swap partners and dance with other members of the class.
No. Our classes are all for adult pupils (over 18).
We have a Beginners Class starting on Thursday 11th October.
If you are interested in joining this class see our Classes page. If you want to join a class it's important you register with us because we normally fill a new class from our waiting list so we rarely advertise.
We only offer private lessons to pupils from our classes who want a bit of extra tuition so private lessons are not available as an alternative to classes.
This is not something we offer.