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We would like to invite everyone to our first showcase, where we will celebrate M&K 1 st BIRTHDAY.Come and join the fun. Our instructors and students will perform and also will do some small activityfor everyone involved. BALLET, CONTEMPORARY DANCE, RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS, LATINO SOLO, MODERN DANCE, POLE FITNESS, AERIAL HOOP, POLE SILKS AND MORE. EXILE GYM SOUTHAMPTON COOPERATING WITH US. They will also do a lot of activity for everyone. Take your friends, family and join us.
Pupils are encouraged to take part in festivals, competitions and shows, which in turn helps to develop self confidence and the ability work as a team member. Our bi-annual show is held at TheWindmill Theatre Littlehampton. Pupils have danced at Disneyland Paris, Her Majesty's Theatre London, Buxton Opera House, The Connaught Worthing with the English Youth Ballet and in The Jungle Book, in Panto at The Pavilion Theatre Worthing and recently at The Hawth Crawley in A Chance to Dance.
Welcome to the website for Annette's School of Dance, a site about the school, it's pupils (past as well as present), as well dance in general, and hopefully some useful links to other dance sitesthat may be of interest. I hope you enjoy this site, and come visit us often as we will be changing and updating as we go on. This year is the School's 25th Anniversary, and we'd like past pupils to get in touch with photos and memories before our special show at the Congress in December.
THE BIZ THEATRE SCHOOL - Classes in Surrey in Woking, Guildford. Established in 1999, The Biz Theatre School is led by professionals from The Royal National Theatre, West End & English National Opera.The Biz provides part time professional level training in all aspects of the performing arts. Classes take place on Saturdays during Term time.
Welcome to Strawberry Hill Dance Centre, run by Miss Sarah in our purpose built dance studio located in Newent (between Gloucester and Ross on Wye), Gloucestershire. Strawberry Hill Dance Centreplaces an emphasis on the enjoyment of dance, whether they're a budding Darcey Bussell or not. Everyone is welcome, regardless of age, race and physical ability.
The aim of our Pole Fitness classes is to develop fitness, confidence and muscles that you didn't realise you had, while you meet new people and enjoy the latest and most effective fitness craze. Youdon't need any experience to start Pole Fitness classes, and in no time at all you will have the confidence to decide whether you want to take your moves to the dance floor or continue on to more advanced classes.
Shimmy your way to fitness and fun! Bellydancing is a great way for women to get fit, have fun, and gain body confidence. For women (and men) of all ages and sizes, belly dancing can be a great andrewarding exercise and art form. Gypsy Dreams Belly Dance holds weekly classes, teaching Gypsy Fusion Belly Dance. This is a dance form that incorporates Egyptian, Turkish and Tribal Belly Dance, overlaying it with a gypsy flair that includes folkloric and flamboyant skirtwork.
On Saturday 13th June we are holding a Kizomba WorkShop at Threemilestone Social Club. We kick off at 13:30 - 16:30 for the day class, then again at 19:30 till midnight - come party and let the musicmove you! We have a special tutor for the day - Moin Uddin, who is travelling down from London to share his expertise. Kizomba is one of the most popular genres of dance and music originating in Angola. It is a derivative of traditional Angolan music from the French Caribbean Islands.
Festivals and Competitions provide a challenging and highly competitive arena for the pupils to hone their skills. I was offered then the opportunity of taking over another school in another area so Idecided to merge all three to where we are today, to bigger and better premises, running classes 6 days a week, with over 200 pupils.
DanceXpress is a leading dance school, teaching in venues in Kent and Sussex, specialising in Ballroom and Latin-American dance, but with salsa, street dance and freestyle disco classes available forall. Studios in Westerham and Cowden in Kent and near Haywards Heath in Sussex provide the bases for this successful club with an emphasis on enjoyment whether first time social dancer or serious competitor.
As the first national provider, since 2003 First Dance UK has been leading the way in providing wedding dancing lessons for couples who wish to have the first dance at their wedding professionallychoreographed. You can have your very own professionally choreographed first dance routine to whatever song you choose. Not sure what song you'd like? Then be inspired by our list of popular first dance songs.
Marchant was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa. Trained from an early age in competitive Ballroom and Latin American, and South African national champion of Cape Jazz (a dance similar tosalsa), he is a much sought after performer and teacher both in the UK and internationally. He is renowned for his smooth and effortless style of salsa.
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 aspiringperformers in all aspects of Theatre Arts. The main element of our School is FUN and this obviously reflects in the excellent results shown in Examinations and Competitions. Our classes are for both boys and girls, and we cater for all ages from 3 upwards.
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 partieswe also work with schools and colleges, teaching students dance in the school day or after school clubs. We're a friendly, caring, local company based in Herefordshire and we like to think we put the fun into fitness! CONTACT US to find out more.
Whitton moved to North Wales and the Margaret Whitton School of Dance was established. She worked hard to bring dance to the fore, as in those days it was rated a poor second to music in Wales. Shequickly gained a high reputation and dance classes became in demand; she became known and respected throughout North Wales. Whitton was a fellow and Senior Examiner for the British Ballet Organisation until her retirement in 1993.