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Want to choreograph your own music video?

Choreography Workshop

We’ve just launched booking to non-Diploma students to our next workshop – Choreography. Learn about choreographic styles and commercial briefs Choreograph your own dance routines in a range of styles Record your routine to form a music video All styles and abilities of student are welcome; you do not have to attend any other Relax and…

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March Motivation

Formation Team Tolerable Storm

Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did,… just backwards and in high heels

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We’ve launched our new YouTube channel!

Choreography Workshop

Finally… we have our own channel on YouTube for class videos, marketing/promo and there will be pay-per-view lessons for those studying our Diploma course on a distance basis. We are inviting students to create content for the channel in addition to the content we’ll be uploading. We also hope to be streaming live from some…

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REVISED TIMETABLE: until Easter 2017

Children's Dance Class Diploma

We have a revised timetable in effect until Easter. Given the short notice, these are temporary timetable revisions only and will last up until the Easter break. Please note the following times: Tuesdays 5-6pm Diploma Option Module Slot (to be booked by Diploma students as a priority) 6-7pm Kids Ballroom (Intermediate class) Wednesdays 6-7pm Adults…

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Tolerable Storm UPDATE: Is that a Cha-Cha-Charleston?

Formation Team Tolerable Storm

Our routine for our first display is progressing rapidly, HOWEVER, we still need more people! So far our routine has elements of street, slow-mo, quickstep and jive… and now we’ve added Charleston. Now we need dancers to fit up the line. With Charleston comes the latest new step for our young dancers. Foot swivels are our latest…

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Why we teach… Performing Arts

Teaching is at times one of the most frustrating challenges known to man, however it is all worth it for that one shining moment! My dance roots From a very young age, I dreamed of my own dance school and to be a teacher. Inspired by my teacher back then, Mr Gordon Fletcher, I wanted nothing more than…

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First Dance Jitters & How to Avoid Them

First Dance

Everybody gets nervous on their big day! You’ve been planning it for months and now it’s here and suddenly your asked to take the floor for your first dance! Panic sets in you chose the music but have no idea what your going to do to it! Do you just shuffle? Try a bit of…

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Extended times for private lessons | Tea Dance and Party bookings

BREAKING NEWS

*Breaking News* Private Lessons – We have added availability for our private lessons throughout the weekday afternoons on selected days as a trial for July. Our private lessons cater for all ages and abilities; you do not need to have a partner. Private lessons are ideal for those who want one to one tuition in ballroom or…

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Boys CAN dance! – The female perspective

Boys can dance – from a female perspective Ian wrote yesterday about both his experiences as a male dancer as well as why we need more men taking part in dance sport. I thought I would add a female voice to the discussion. As a girl growing up in dance classes, you get used to…

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Boys CAN dance!

Why is there such a taboo about boys dancing? As a male dance teacher and having grown up from a very young age dancing I have had my fair share of the bullying that comes with being the boy that dances. When I was 3 years old I was introduced to the world of dance…

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