3 - 6 Weeks Courses
Latin, Ballroom, Jive

Beginners 1 & 2
Mondays 7pm to 8pm

Practice till 8:10pm

( or Thursdays 8pm to 9pm)

Improvers, Intermediate
& Advanced
Mondays 8:15pm to 9:30pm
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We would like to invite you to an exciting journey through the Latin and Ballroom dances and the Jive. Learn to dance in an easy and joyful way.

The Six Weeks Courses offer you an 'Introduction to Latin & Ballroom' for Beginners, in two parts, A and B; you can start with any part. The Three Week Courses focus on one or two dances.

The dances in Six Weeks Part A: 

Cha Cha Cha, Waltz,

Rumba, Tango

The dances in Six Weeks Part B:

Jive, Viennese Waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep, Merengue

Each Monday beginners course has a level 1 for absolute beginners and a level 2 for beginners who are ready to progress. So you could attend a certain course on level 1 and soon on level 2. Of there is a Beginners class on Thursdays it is only for Beginners 1.

Next classes for Beginners 1 & 2:​​​​


  • Cha Cha Cha & Rumba

(3 weeks)

​Mondays 11 – 25 July

  • Introduction to Latin & Ballroom, Part B (6 weeks)

(you can start with A or B) 


- Mondays 5 Sept - 10 Oct

 7pm to 8pm

​- ** NEW! ** 

Thursdays 8 Sept - 13 Oct, 8pm to 9pm

(Beginners 1 only)

  • Introduction to Latin & Ballroom, Part A (6 weeks)

Mondays 17 Oct - 21 Nov 

  • Jive (3 weeks)

Mondays ​28 Nov – 12 Dec

  • Introduction to Latin & Ballroom, Part B (6 weeks) 


- Mondays 9 Jan - 13 Feb

7pm to 8pm

- Thursdays 12 Jan - 16 Feb, 8pm to 9pm

(Beginners 1 only)

How to progress

In the first year of your dancing you learn the mayor dances, build up a broader knowledge of the basic steps, develop muscle memory and confidence by attending and repeating the Monday Beginners Courses on level 1 and then level 2. A regular, preferably weekly dance schedule and any practice helps. After attending part A and B we recommend to continue with the Monday Beginner Courses level 2 and additionally to come as often as possible to the Wednesday Weekly Drop-In Classes > which includes a social / practice session to practice all dances. The teachers are happy to discuss when it's a good time for you to move up to the Improvers level where we focus for 4 weeks on one dance. Our London Ballroom Fever parties > are a great place to have fun, while you put into practice what you've learnt and mix with dancers of all levels.

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Try first, then decide

If you would like to try a course, book a Drop-In ticket (only possible for the first week of a course). If you enjoy the class, you could upgrade by paying the difference to the full price of the course. Just bring your payment card.


​Focus on one dance for 4 weeks

Repeat your basics, learn new steps and a useful routine within 3 weeks and have the 4th week for repetition & improvement only. 

Improvers: Pre-Bronze to Bronze

Intermediate: Bronze to Silver 

Advanced: Gold and beyond


Next classes, all on Mondays:​​​​​


  • Summer break


  • Jive

5, 12, 19, 26 Sept

  • Cha Cha Cha

3, 10, 17, 24 Oct

  • Viennese Waltz

31 Oct, 7, 14, 21 Nov​​

Choose the level:

  • Beginners 1: Absolute Beginners, first Basic steps.

  • Beginner 2: You've learned the very first Basic steps of the dances before and are now ready to learn more steps. You can change back and forth between Beginners 1 & 2 depending on the dance, as these levels are taught at the same time. Pre-Bronze figures.

  • Improvers: Students who have been dancing that dance for approximately one year. Pre-Bronze and Bronze figures.

  • Intermediate: Students who have been dancing that dance at least for two to three years. Bronze and Silver figures.

  • Advanced: Students who have been learning at least for four to five years, know the basics up to Silver well and have developed their technique sufficiently. Silver, Gold and Goldstar figures. 

If you can't make one class

for whatever reason, you can attend the live-streaming of the class online (stuck at the office or at home, have to self-isolate, etc.). Let us know latest 2 hours before the class.