Improvers Tap

IMPROVER/INTERMEDIATE TAP DANCE  – Weekly Drop in

Start Date: Monday, 10th Sept, 2018

Duration: 13 weeks
Wednesday 7.00pm till 8.00pm

Location – Downs Junior School, Location 1

To join the Improvers/Intermediate class, you will need at least 2 years of previous tuition of tap lessons. It is also suitable if you have had tap lessons in the past, no matter how long ago, and would like to go back over steps and gain more confidence in the technique. All classes are fun and social and all new members are made to feel very welcome.

Please email Drew for more information on when new courses may be starting and to be added to the mailing list.

 

IMPROVER TAP DANCE – (Class Full)

Start Date: Thursday, 13th April, 2018

Duration: 12 weeks
Thursday 7.00pm – 8.00pm

Location – Bird Studios, Brighton, Studio 3, Location 2

This class is for those that have good basic skills and want to refresh their knowledge of the basics and expand their knowledge of steps. This class has been together since Sept 2016. All classes are great fun and everyone is made to feel very welcome.

Please email Drew for more information on when new courses may be starting and to be added to the mailing list.

The courses 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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