Creation Dance Edinburgh
Creation Dance runs friendly, relaxed and informal dance classes for adults. We specialise in teaching people who have NEVER danced before, or who last hit the dance floor in a tutu aged 4. If that
Dynam-nic Dance
Dynam-nic offers classes for girls and boys from as young as 18 months up to 18 years. We teach Ballet, Tap, Modern, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Street, Commercial, Breaking and Adult dance classes in a
Edinburgh Belly Dancing
Belly dancing is for all women of all ages and you don't need any previous dance experience to join our foundation course. Middle Eastern Dance has the ability to transform your physical, spiritual
Dance For All
Established in 1985 by Director Tracy Hawkes, Dance For All amalgamated with the prestigious Theatre School of Dance in Stockbridge in 2000, where full-time dance training and classes were offered for
Angela Watson
I hope you enjoying browsing the website and that you find it helpful in your search for high quality dance classes in the South Edinburgh area. Classes run in Colinton, Fairmilehead and Firrhill. All
JHM Dance & Fitness
JHM Dance Academy is an established professional dance school with branches throughout central Scotland. Established in 2003 by Joanne Hamilton Martin, JHM Cheer September 2008. Staffed by RAD and
Ward School Of Irish Dance
Our classes are based in Edinburgh, Musselburgh, and Galashiels and offer a fun and friendly atmosphere for all to enjoy. The goal of the Ward School of Irish Dance is to teach Irish Dance to the best
Morningside Dance Academy
Morningside Dance Academy is dedicated to providing the highest standard of training in all dance subjects. We offer a wide range of classes in Ballet, Modern, Tap and Jazz for all ages from 3 to
David Hughes Dance Productions
The company kicked off preparations for their autumn tour with a week long residency at Dancebase in Edinburgh. The rest of the rehearsals have been taking place at The Calton Centre and a short video
Phelans School Of Dance
Welcome to the Phelan School of Dance which was formed in the 1970s by Mary Phelan. Mary lectures in tap at UKA Conferences and examines for the UKA in Scotland and Northern Ireland. She is also