About Workshops



We run a range of workshops for all levels and areas of interest – whether you’re a complete beginner or you’ve been dancing for years our workshops will get you working hard, learning loads and having a lot of fun along the way. Hone your basics, master social dancing, learn a solo routine, or take to the sky in an aerials workshop… there’s something for everyone! View our workshops here.

More about Dance in a Day

Our Dance in a Day workshops are beginner dance workshops aimed at introducing you to the key principles and moves of Lindy Hop, Charleston and Blues. Click here to read more!

Do I need a partner?

Not usually. Some workshops such as Aerials require you to sign up with a partner though this will always be specified.

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What level am I?

Our classes and workshops are designed to offer as much learning as possible to all level dancers. Here’s a rough idea of levels but if you are unsure about where you are, the best thing to do is to talk to your regular teacher as they’ll be able to advise you.


This class is for complete beginners. Whether you have never danced Lindy Hop, or anything else for that matter, this class will equip you with the basics. You can expect to learn 6 and 8 count Lindy Hop, 20s and 30s Charleston basics, and a few fun variations. You can drop in any time, as every week we teach the basics. Students typically stay in the Beginner classes for anything from 2 - 4 months. All of our classes have a level 1.
This class is for dancers who have some experience of 6 and 8 count Lindy Hop and Charleston and are comfortable in the Beginner class. If you would like to go beyond the basics, learn some new steps, and sharpen technique, this is the class for you.
This class is for intermediate dancers who would like to take it up a notch and learn some more challenging steps and variations. You will also learn about musicality and rhythm and refine your lead/ follow technique.
This is a more advanced class for dancers who have been swing dancing for a minimum of about 2-3 years and are regularly on the social dance floor. You will be looking to hone your technique and improve the quality of your dancing, as well as learning some amazing new steps and variations. You will have a strong grasp of the basics and be prepared to spend a lot of time working on areas such as momentum, pulse, led/follow connection, rhythm and musicality. If you are unsure if you are ready, please do approach our lovely teachers for guidance.