Classes We Offer
Join Our Dance Community
Classical ballet is a traditional, formal style of dance. It is known for its graceful, flowing, precise movements and is particularly good for strength, flexibility and posture. We follow the ISTD Imperial Ballet Syllabus and all students have the option to take examinations when deemed ready by their teacher.
Pointe work is part of the classical ballet technique in which a ballet dancer supports all body weight on the tips of fully extended feet within pointe shoes. Students begin to study this once they have passed their Grade 4 ballet exam or when the teacher feels their feet and legs are strong enough.
A pointe work assessment will be required before commencing this class.
Tap dance is characterised by using the sounds of tap shoes striking the floor as a form of percussion. The sound is made by shoes that have a metal "tap" on the heel and toe.
Tap is a fun dance style in which the dancer creates rhythmical patterns with their feet. Tap is a high energy, exciting form of dance, brilliant for co-ordination, rhythmical awareness and confidence.
Modern Theatre Dance is a rhythmic dance style. It is often seen on the stages of musical productions and is known for its theatrical qualities. The style uses travelling steps, high kicks, leaps, and turns which all need strength and flexibility.
Jazz dance is a highly choreographed dance form. It features a mixture of sharp and fluid movements to all types of popular music, which develops animated expression and styles similar to dances seen on commercial videos and music clips.
Lyrical Dance encourages dancers to interpret music and lyrics, developing a sense of performance through expression and creativity while working on technique and strength.
Street Dance evolved outside the dance studio in any available open space such as streets, dance parties, parks, schools and nightclubs. These dances are a part of the culture of the geographical area that they come from.
Popular styles include Hip-hop, Breakdancing, Locking & Popping.
Have you always dreamed of taking ballet classes but now feel like it’s too late? Although professional ballerinas start at an early age, it’s never too late...
Adults and older teens are invited to come along to learn the art of ballet, while getting fit at the same time. Taking part in an adult ballet class is good for your body as well as your mind. Besides promoting cardiovascular fitness and good posture, ballet is enjoyed by people of all ages.
Follow your passion and join our ballet class.
Each class includes fun and challenging warm ups, flexibility work and of course tumbling! Acro classes are perfect for building flexibility, strength and learning tumbling and fun tricks to enhance your dancing. Classes are tailored to suit everyone no matter what level you are from beginner to advanced! Progressions are taught safely and with lots of fun. All equipment is provided so no need to bring anything unless you would like to bring your own mats.
“Building confidence through singing technique and performance skills”
small, similar age groups.
Students will develop a range of skills:
Interpretive skills – style, character, subtext, context and imagination to perform songs.
Technical skills – voice, diction and movement.
Knowledge of the performance process – learn and understand chosen material.
Potential to take Musical Theatre LAMDA examinations.