Steps Dance Academy
At Steps Dance academy you will always be welcome to enjoy watching your child in class as they spin and leap into a new sense of self confidence. Our classes are friendly and fun from age two up to
Natasha's Dance & Fitness Academy
Natasha's Dance & Fitness Academy offer classes in the West Midlands for children from 3 years to adults. All our classes are easy to follow, fun and friendly and aimed at beginners to advanced
Lucy Janes School
Lucy Jane's School of Dance offers a wide range of classes to suit both children and adults. IDTA examinations are held yearly. So far to date Lucy Jane's School of Dance has a 100% pass rate with
The Orme School
The Orme School of Dancing has been providing quality dance teaching for over one hundred years. Our students have gone on to perform in many different settings using the skills they have gained. We
Latham School Of Dance
We are a dance school in Redditch / Studley area. Established for over 48 years and based at Studley Castle in Warwickshire, The Latham School of Dance offers dance classes to train aspiring
The Starlight
The Starlight Company offers a wide variety of regular dance-based fitness classes for children and adults from Zumba to Tap, BarreConcept to Fitsteps, as well as holiday workshops and Dance parties
Wendy Bates School
The dancing school was established in 1979 when Wendy qualified as an Associate Member of the National Association Of Teachers Of Dancing. Since that time Wendy has spent fourteen years teaching dance
Dancefest
Our dance is for all ages. We run regular workshops and projects for a wide range of people of all ages, often led by guest artists or visiting dance companies. Each year there are opportunities for
Beat Breakerz
Beat Breakerz is a street dance school offering professional training to people of all ages and abilities across the Worcestershire area. We provide you with a range of styles at our classes. Beat
Adage Start Fitness Studios
It was previously known as 'Richard Rose Academy' where the core subjects were Ballroom and Latin. Kerrey Clarke, the principal of the school, altered the timetable considerably to create a theatre