Expressions Dance Studio
Dance to your chosen music. Dance styles include Ballroom, Latin-American, Salsa, American smooth, Freestyle, Disco, Theatrical and Themed dance lessons. Hen Party dance lessons, themed party dances.
Wright Theatre Arts
WTA dance academy fosters a welcoming environment which stimulates and encourages students in the learning process. Each student is unique; they are valued and respected and given the opportunity to
West Yorkshire Dance Academy
The West Yorkshire Dance Academy welcomes you to the main stage of the website. The Academy is owned and directed by Mary Eckersley-Fielding, whom you can read about at the bottom of this page. You
Street Revolution
Street Revolution is committed to the development of Street Dance in the UK.Our aim is to provide classes for every level of dancer and further the development of Street Dance by giving quality
Chatsworth Dance Centre
Miss Jo's wedding gave some of our staff and pupils the opportunity to show their skills in the modern genre - this was shown as a surprise to Jo's now husband! These are busy times for us at
Katrina Hughes Dance School
Students are taught from Pre-assessment (3 years old - boys and girls) through to full advance in many subjects, including: Classical Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Singing, Drama and Musical Theatre. We
Lynton Academy
Thanks to our link with Preston College can now offer a FULLY funded FULL TIME course for 16 - 18 year olds who wish to persue a career in dance. This builds well on the work done at lower levels in
Bingley Dance Studio
Bingley Dance is primarily a fun studio but we do have a serious side as well. Many of our pupils enjoy taking part in competitions of which we attend around 6 or 7 a year (don't worry we keep
Danceworx
Danceworx now offers the IDTA ofqual recognised vocational dance qualifications a level 2, 3 and 4 certificate or diploma with credits going towards university ucas points. No one would leave there
Peace Dance Academy
The roots of Imperial Classical Ballet stem from the early days of the ISTD and the first written syllabus in 1913 which was based on the teaching of the French School from the Paris Opéra. The