We have THREE New Beginners Latin and Ballroom classes starting in January 2019.

You can join these classes at the dates, times and locations as follows:

january 2019

22jan7:45 pm9:00 pmNEW Beginners Class: Tuesdays7:45 pm - 9:00 pm Cairns Rd Baptist Church Hall, Redland Bristol BS6 7TH

23jan7:45 pm9:00 pmNEW Beginners Class: Wednesdays7:45 pm - 9:00 pm Cairns Rd Baptist Church, Redland Bristol BS6 7TH

24jan7:45 pm9:00 pmNEW Beginners Class: Thursdays7:45 pm - 9:00 pm Elmgrove Road, Cotham, Bristol BS6 6AH

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  • No need to book

    Really, just show up at the venue on the day, the more the merrier, our halls are big enough for all comers.

  • No experience needed

    If you have not danced before this is the class for you, we expect everyone to be a complete beginner.

  • No partner needed

    Come with a partner, with friends or on your own as there are always people to dance with.

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