Are you ready to celebrate 17 years of dancing and fun with us? Our ballroom dance school is excited to invite you to our anniversary party this month. We can’t wait to share this special occasion with all of our students, friends, and supporters!
From nearly giving it all up, to surviving three years of Covid, it’s been quite the rollercoaster ride!
Over the past 17 years, we’ve built a thriving community of dancers who have come together to learn and grow in their love of ballroom dancing. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced dancer, our school offers a range of classes and workshops that cater to all levels and styles of dance. We believe that dancing is a universal language that brings people together, and we’re proud to have created a space where everyone can feel welcome and inspired.
Over the years we have been fortunate to win a variety of awards, including for our wedding first dance choreography. We were also honoured to be asked to lecture for our teaching association, the National Assocation of Teachers of Dancing.
Many of you will have seen us grow as a family too over the last 8 years. Our daughter Imogen was born in 2014, then Oliver in 2017, and they’ve grown up with quite the extended family!
To celebrate our 17th anniversary, we’re hosting a party on Friday 28th April. Our actual anniversary is on 29th April – World Dance Day!).
Whether you’re a current/former student, or just a lover of dance, you won’t want to miss out on this celebration. We promise that you’ll leave feeling inspired, energized, and excited to keep dancing for many years to come.
Book here to help us celebrate 17 years!
The evening starts from 7pm with a celebration party until 8.30pm, then dancing runs through until 11pm. There will be a welcome drink upon arrival but please bring any other drinks and nibbles you wish with you.
Tickets are available now, so be sure to get yours before they sell out. We can’t wait to see you on the dance floor!
To reserve a place for another person you will need to use the full booking system.