We teach Ballroom and Latin dancing. You have probably seen most of these danced on Strictly Come Dancing. We teach Waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep, Cha Cha Cha, Rumba, Samba and Jive at beginner level.
Update 3rd May 2021
A limited number of classes will resume from 17th May. Places are being offered first to existing dancers and people on our mailing list.
If any places remain after this, they will be advertised here on the website. We are very sorry but at the moment we cannot offer spaces to everybody who wishes to come along.
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Frequently asked questions
I have two left feet, is it worth me coming?
Most people can dance, they just don’t know it yet. Some people will pick things up more quickly than others. We do not expect you to know anything about dancing. Everyone will be too busy with their own feet to notice what you are doing and you may even surprise yourself.
How much does it cost?
All classes are £15 per couple per class. You pay at the start of each class.
Do I need to come with a partner?
We would normally say no, however in the current circumstances you do need to come to a class with a partner who is in your social bubble.
Do I need to book ahead?
We would normally say no, but we currently need bookings because of government guidance.
How should I dress for class?
The classes are relaxed and casual so anything you feel comfortable in is fine. Just wear comfortable clothes that you can move freely in. You can wear normal shoes, preferably ones that allow your foot to swivel on the floor. Please don’t buy dance shoes especially for class before you have tried it.
How long are terms?
I’ve danced ballet/salsa/LeRoc/etc before do I still need to go beginners?
Yes, although you will probably pick up the steps at a faster rate, it is best to do the beginners to understand the fundamental ideas and principles involved.
What happens in class, are there tests?
Where We Teach
These are the two venues we currently use for our classes. Please check which venue(s) has/have the advertised beginner class(es).