Frequently Asked Questions

Have a look here for the answers to some common questions we get asked.

Have a look at our timetable - there’s no need to book for classes marked as “Drop-In”. Just come along a few minutes early to fill out a short form - you pay for these classes weekly. If the class is marked as “Exam”, “Audition” or "Contact" then please get in touch with us before attending.
Yes! All of the classes marked as "Exam" on our timetable are entered into exams with either the Internation Dance Teachers Association (IDTA) or some of our ballet classes are entered into The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) exams.
Yes! All of the classes marked as "Drop-In" on our timetable are open, drop-in & pay-as-you-go dance classes that don't work towards exams. It doesn't matter if you can't attend one week if you have other commitments, just come along the following week...

We have various different levels of class on offer depending on your experience as a dancer.

Beginner

Beginner classes are suitable for complete beginners. If you've never had a dance class or set foot in a dance studio before this is the class for you! This class is also suitable if you haven't danced for a long time and want to brush up on the basics or perhaps you want to build up your fitness levels.

Improver

Improver level classes are aimed at those with a basic understanding of the style and are suggested for those with a year or more experience in the style.

Intermediate / Advanced

These fast moving classes are suitable for those with a firm understanding of the style and are suggested for those with a minimum of two years experience in the style.

Open Level

These classes are open to all abilities - the class will be pitched accordingly to the individual students.

Performance Groups

These classes are audition only classes and you must contact us in advance of attending the class. The groups have the opportunity to perform at various events across the region.

We generally run classes all year round with the exception of bank holidays, over the Christmas / New Year period and the final week in August. There are also no junior / teen drop-in classes over half term / school holidays.
Open Classes - you can wear whatever you feel comfortable in with suitable clean shoes (ballet shoes for ballet, tap shoes / hard soled shoes for tap, bare feet for contemporary, trainers for street / hiphop, jazz shoes for jazz). Please don't wear denim, skirts or Ugg boots!!!

Exam Classes - Exam classes have a set uniform to tie in with our exam board and these items can be purchased from our online dance store. For the first 3 weeks of an exam class, your child can wear comfortable clothing they can move in - for example leggings and a vest top - until you are ready to commit to the class.
No. We sell bottled water here (although you are more than welcome to bring a water bottle).
We accept cash, card, contactless, Apple Pay, Google Pay etc… All prices can be found on the timetable.
There is plenty of free on-street parking right outside the studio and there is a cheap car park directly opposite the studios.
Please see our timetable for a full list of all classes offered. If you don’t see the class you are interested in we may be able to offer you private lessons instead, please get in touch.
Please see our contact page for a map showing our location as well as our address and contact details.
Then please do get in touch with us via the contact page and we'll be happy to help.