Dance in Bath
||From the fox-trot to belly
dancing, when it comes to dance in Bath you’ll find plenty of
opportunities to put your best foot forward.
Get a real sense of tradition by enrolling in a course of Baroque
dance classes in Bath. An olde English city deserves an olde English
dance so head to The Claverton Down Community Hall [map]
to learn the Baroque moves.
Those who long to jump and jive like a professional should enrol at
Ginger Jive, which offers classes at The Civic Hall
on St Stephens Place.
As well as running eight modern jive nights a week, Ginger Jive also
puts on monthly freestyle nights and (in association with The
Complete Works Entertainment Limited) some of the biggest themed events
in the South including the now famous 1940’s Annual Summer
Ball attracting dancers of all styles from all across the UK.
To learn an unusual dance routine check out Egyptian Nights,
which hosts belly dancing classes in and around the Bath area.
Head to St Michael’s Church Hall [map]
and The Ridgewood Community Centre [map]
in Yate, to find your inner groove and learn to jiggle your middle.
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