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Adult Classes  
Please see Timetable in Term Dates for all our classes
Adult students are encouraged from beginners through to advanced dancers to achieve set standards in Standard Ballroom, Latin, Argentine Tango, Old Time, Sequence, Rock n Roll, and Salsa enabling them to take a Medal Examination with the ALLIED DANCING ASSOCIATION. The teaching of all grades of dance is given by qualified staff and all members of the Centre are required to partake in classwork, to a standard that is acceptable to Staff and the Principals. These vary in any 3 month period and should be confirmed by telephone or email
Want to have some fun, make new friends and keep fit, then it's
Come and join us at 8.30pm on a Monday & Tuesday for
 Come and join us for our new beginners'classes in Salsa, Rock 'in roll, Cha Cha, Waltz, Social Foxtrot and many more every Monday & Tuesday evening.
Adult Dancefit Monday 7.00pm
Saturday Social Evenings 8pm - 10.30pm


Childrens Classes
The Junior and Juvenile section of the Dance Centre gives the children a chance to join classes in the following branches of dance namely :- Standard Ballroom, Latin, Old Time, Rock n Roll, and Freestyle Disco which is choreographed by Victoria Murphy, a qualified teacher with the ALLIED DANCING ASSOCIATION. Medals are taken with the same Association and Competition training is given in all Branches, the children being encouraged to compete and train for various stage and road shows throughout the year. All Ballroom and Latin classes are held on Saturday Mornings starting at 10.00am and finishing at 11.00am. Freestyle Disco classes are held on a Saturday morning 11.00pm till 12.00.


New Term Commencing 23rd January 2017

Dancefit 7pm Mondays 

Beginners Classes in Ballroom, Latin and Latino 8.30pm Mondays & Tuesdays

ZUMBA class Tuesday 6.30pm -7.30pm

Saturday Social Evenings are held every Saturday 8pm - 10.30pm






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