We have been running a successful school in the Nottingham area for over 40 years and are qualified to the highest standard in Ballroom, Latin American and Old Time Dancing, being Fellows of theNational Association of Teachers of Dancing and Fellows and Examiners in the Allied Dancing Association. We have adjudicated major International Championships in Perth, Western Australia, Sydney and Brisbane, Dublin, Siberia and also in Nottingham's Twin City of Minsk.
Come, Learn and Enjoy the Exhilarating Salsa Dance in Nottingham with Salsaché! Quality of teaching, Passion for the dance and Diversity of classes have made Salsaché one of the most popular danceschools in Nottingham! Why the name Salsaché? Aché is everything: divine grace, knowledge, authority, wisdom, and the inherited experience of all those who went before. It is also the life force that all humans possess, strength, power, vitality, the reason they are on earth. Aché is growth.
The Tracy Quaife Theatre School is based in the heart of Nottingham, with branch schools in Gamston and Whatton. The principal Tracy Quaife opened the school in 1990 after a very successful career asa professional dancer & singer, supporting many famous artists around the world, in TV and in the Theatre.
The School of Arabic and Brazilian Culture and Dance is the place for you to experience these two worlds in Nottingham. We deliver tuition in the dances and music of these two cultures. The teachersare professional and experienced and perform at events up and down the country. The School also hosts cultural events and acts as a gateway into these two worlds. It is run by Tatiana Woolley, Brazilian born but with a heart for the East.
In Spanish, 'Todo Latino' means 'everything Latin', which is exactly what founder Amanda Hawley brings to people across the Midlands. Winning the prestigious title of 'Salsa Teacher of the Year 2010',Amanda's UK-wide reputation for many Latin dance styles makes her an asset to the industry. The sociable environment means a newcomer can come alone and leave with or make a whole set of new friends, we've even been responsible for five weddings!
Venus Pole Dancing has been teaching women the modern art of pole dance through a series of beginner, intermediate and advanced classes since 2006 and has taught and inspired over 5,000 women inNottingham alone! With over 10 years experience within every aspect of the pole dancing industry, our team of friendly instructors provide a selection of private and group pole dancing lessons. Venus Pole Dancing also offer students the unique opportunity to progress through a pole dance grading system.
The Rollo Academy of Dancing first opened its doors in January 1974. The Principal, Susan Rollo, began teaching with just three students. Today the school is home to over 250 students from all overthe East Midlands. After moving from Parliament Street in 2008, the newly named Rollo Academy of Performing Arts introduced singing and drama to its curriculum.
Dance Cubana was formed to teach and promote excellence in dance, and in particular Cuban Salsa and now also Kizomba. Our teachers are dedicated and have a strong background in dance. Our aim is tomake Salsa and Kizomba accessible to all, irrespective of how many left feet you may think you have, or how much you believe you lack rhythm! We use techniques to break down the barriers we all put up in our minds and teach at a pace in tune with the students.
Midlands Academy of Dance & Drama (known in the industry as MADD) is located in Nottingham, which is a vibrant, cosmopolitan, diverse and friendly City steeped in history and culture. MADD was foundedin 1967 by the Principal Frances Clayton and in 1988 a Three Year Musical Theatre Diploma Course was developed and accredited by the Council for Dance Education and Training.
The schools motto is "dancing for fun" and Miss Lorna and her staff encourage individuals to attain whatever level they desire to reach whether it is tap for beginners or teachers qualifications infreestyle. Miss Lorna Leighton started dancing at the tender age of two in her home town of Glasgow. She attended The Dance School of Scotland, finishing her studies on a three year full time course here in Nottingham.