Dance Center – Dance Studio 2 Brighton College: Location 2

 

Location 2Dance Center – Brighton College – Dance Studio 2: Located in a beautiful converted old church with spectacular high ceilings, on the corner of Montague Place & St. George’s Terrace, Kemptown. This studio theatre has a Harlequin sprung floor, lighting bars and a fully equipped sound system and measures 10.5 metres by 11.5 metres approximately.

The Studio Facilities at the Dance Center – Brighton College are available for private hire, classes, INSET training and workshops. Please contact them direct via the link below. Please contact the Dance Center – Brighton College dance administrator for more information.

Please note that these particular dance studios are not within the main Brighton College grounds, but located nearby:

Dance Center
Dance Studio 2:
Brighton College
Montague Place
1 Montague Place
Kemptown
Brighton BN2 1JE


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Intermediate/Advanced Tap Drop-In

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED TAP DANCE ~ DROP-IN

Unfortunately, this class is on hold until Tuesday 6th June, 2017, please take a look at joining the Wednesday 7.00pm Intermediate class until then.

Location – Downs Junior School, Location 1

If you already have a sound knowledge of tap dance and maybe are looking for a more challenging class that retains the element of fun, do come and try out the Taptastik Intermediate/Advanced classes.

The classes run by Adult Dance Brighton are suitable for all ages and will give you a lot more than a spring to your steps. There is a very sociable ambiance and the eclectic range of music adds to the varied nature of the tap lessons.

This class is the only weekly drop-in provided by Adult Dance Brighton. If you have any questions please email Drew.

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Adult Dance Brighton’s All New Website!

Hello and welcome to the all new Adult Dance Brighton website, we hope you find it more informative and easier to use then its predecessor. It was developed to work on normal desktop and laptop computers and a wide range of mobile devices like Apple’s iPad & iPhones (and other similar products). It may look slightly different to people on varying computers and mobile devices, Operating Systems (Mac OS X, Windows, iOS or Android etc) and browsers. Most of the time the differences will be small and hardly noticeable, but as most devices (and their software) work slightly differently from others, it is possible the odd glitch may be found so your feedback and opinions are very welcome.

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