To all you budding Fred Astaire’s and Ginger Rogers’ out there, there is a new 5 week introductory course starting this week on Thursday 25th September 6:30-7:30pm at the new Bird Studios, Brighton. The studios are located on New England Street, just off Preston Circus, Please email Drew to register your interest.
This very popular 5-week Jazz course makes its return led by Drew Wood, who has 27 years’ experience in the field as a professional choreographer and teacher.
Some knowledge of either Ballet, Contemporary or Modern Dance is generally needed to feel at ease with this course but even those without formal dance training can have great fun, as shown on previous courses.
The class is very aerobic, with 1 hour 15 minutes of dance to a soundtrack of uplifting music that contributes to its positive and energizing effects.
This course is very popular and early booking is required due to limited spaces being available.
Please Note: Contact Drew for more details with regard to prices and any other queries. All the above courses and classes are for adults only so you need to be 16 years or over to take part. Early booking recommended. All course fees paid are non-refundable.
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.
Contact Drew for more information on any of the courses using the link below.
Email: Drew Wood
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