Dance - what's on
Dance events in Lambeth are listed below.
The Network has been developed to give Dance Artists, Dance Organisations, Companies and Teachers living and working in both boroughs the opportunity to engage with each other, to voice ideas and to build partnerships.
Candoco Youth Dance Company
Candoco Dance Company offers weekly youth dance classes for disabled and non-disabled dancers aged 13 to 25. Led by Candoco Artists, the classes introduce inclusive dance technique and invite members to make their own dance pieces. No dance experience is needed just interest, enthusiasm and commitment.
Venue: Trinity Laban on Mondays 5.30 to 7.30pm.
For more information about Candoco’s youth programme:
Foundation for Community Dance
Foundation for Community Dance is the professional organisation for anyone involved in creating opportunities for people to experience and participate in dance
The Foundation for Community Dance produce online resources to support disabled dance practitioners, and commission and publish articles by disabled dance artists, and about dance and disability in Animated – the community dance magazine. A free monthly e-newsletter is also available, created to keep people up to date and connected to opportunities, events, activities and strategic developments relating to dance and disabled people.
To subscribe to our free, monthly Dance and disabled people e-newsletter visit the Foundation for Community Dance website
If you have an item that you would like to be included in a future e-newsletter, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
For any further information visit the website, call 0116 253 3453, or write to:
Foundation for Community Dance
31 Rutland Street
Learn to Swing Dance in Brixton
Every Monday at the Electric Social, 40 Acre Lane, Brixton, SW2.
- 7.30pm - Beginners class
- 8.45pm - Improvers class
Price: £6 on the door, £8 for both classes
For more information: visit the Swingland website
London Youth Dance
Sign up to London Youth Dance to continue to receive email bulletins. London Youth Dance have recently added a new subscriber database to their website.
Email bulletins will contain information about youth dance performances, workshops, youth dance practitioner training opportunities, youth group auditions and recent updates to the website which may include new case studies in the Special Features section, updates to The Guide and Resources or forthcoming events. From September the email bulletin will be sent monthly, at the beginning of each month.
If you would like to continue to receive updates from London Youth Dance please sign up now. It only takes a minute and is completely free of charge. Simply log on to the website and check the boxes referring to Youth Dance. If you are already a subscriber to the londondance main site you will still need to log in to add the youth dance criteria to your profile.
The Love Dance Centre offers a wide range of dance styles from Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Commercial Jazz, Hip-Hop and African modern dance. They are located on Alphonsus Road, just seconds away from Clapham Common tube station. These classes are to engage people beyond traditional dance. So if you are just looking to have a good time and meet new people, or to improve your skills. Come along and meet their creative professional teachers and choreographers.
Performing arts courses at Morley College
Morley College offers a wide range of dance and drama courses which cover all levels including courses leading to accreditation. Call 020 7450 1832 for further information or for a full course guide. Email: email@example.com
Sahara dance ballet classes
Ballet is a wonderful art form which can help coordination, posture, increase strength and mobility. Sahara dance's aim is to help build confidence in this art form ensuring the best outcome for their pupils.
The spacious studio has mirrors, changing room, toilets and a seating area.
Classes start: Monday 23 April, 5 to 6pm
Age: 12 to 16 years old
Levels: Beginners, Intermediate and Advance are all welcome.
Introductory rate: First two lessons for £8 instead of £10
Address: The Brix at St. Matthews, Brixton Hill, London, SW2 1JF
Transport: Buses; 35, 37, 45, 59, 159, 109, 118, 133, 196, 250, 345, Tube: Brixton Tube Station (Victoria Line)
Refreshments are available to purchase: Tea, Coffee, Hot/Cold Food
Ballet Teacher is CRB Checked. Car Parking is available
Wheelchair and Pushchair accessible. Parents/Carers are welcome to stay.
For more information: contact Alexzandra Ashman on firstname.lastname@example.org
Swing Patrol run weekly swing dance classes at the Living Space just a few minutes walk from Waterloo and Southwark stations. Swing dance is a collection of dances from the 1920s, 30s and 40s including Lindy hop and Charleston. They run classes for absolute beginners and you don't need a partner. Just turn up any week and start. Swing dancing is great way to meet new people, have fun, get some exercise and challenge yourself.
Vera the Diva ballroom and latin dance school
Vera the Diva is a newly established Ballroom and Latin dance school which offers group and individual dance lessons in Clapham.
The school’s dance director is Edurne Goldaracena, a professional Ballroom and Latin dance teacher with the International Dance Teachers Association (IDTA) and the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD). Edurne is dedicated to individual attention by bringing the fun and experience of dance at an affordable cost and in a comfortable environment.
Edurne holds classes in Salsa, Rumba, Cha Cha Cha, Jive, Argentine Tango, Waltz and Social Foxtrot. She also provides Baby Salsa and Baby Toddler classes where a parent can share a fun moment with their child together.
Private classes can also be arranged for wedding couples, corporate events, private parties, children’s parties, bridal and hen parties, groups of friends and team building.