Dance


Strictly Cookham - Beginners' Dance Courses

strictlysmallPinder Hall, Lower Road, SL6 9EH 

Tuesdays April 25, May 2nd, May 9th and May 16th                               £24 for 4 classes

Expanded by popular demand to include several different dance genres, local dance teacher Penny Bysshe presents a programme of 55-minute dance classes over four weeks starting Tuesday 25 April and continuing in May 2nd, May 9th and May 16th. Each course, comprising four classes, is open to couples and singles.

Street Dance

StreetDancingPinder Hall, Lower Road, SL6 9EH
6pm - 6.55pm. £24 for 4 classes.

Amaze your friends with your turfing, krumping, locking and bone breaking plus a few cool hip-hop moves. Learn from street dance finalist Connor Clarke-Oliver (Conco) who has performed in films, music videos, TV shows and advertisements.

Scottish Dancing

ScottishPinder Hall, Lower Road, SL6 9EH
7pm - 7.55pm. £24 for 4 classes

Scottish dancing is an excellent way to dance in a group to great music, make friends and exercise, all at the same time. You will learn the steps and the formations needed for a variety of dances. All you need is enthusiasm and a pair of comfortable shoes!

Beginners' Ballroom and Latin

BallroomPinder Hall, Lower Road, SL6 9EH
8pm - 8.55pm. £24 for 4 classes.

Dance around the floor with confidence! Penny Bysshe teaches you the basic steps of the most popular Ballroom and Latin dances.

Argentine Tango

TangoPinder Hall, Lower Road, SL6 9EH
9pm - 9.55pm. £24 for 4 classes

Learn the basics of Argentine Tango with Tom Nickson who is passionate about this elegant and intriguing dance and who studied with the top maestros in the UK and Buenos Aires

 


Strictly Cookham - Tea Dance

TeaDanceLargeSir Bernard Miller Centre, Odney Club, Odney Lane, SL6 9SR

Sunday 21st May           2.30pm.           Afternoon Tea          £15

 

Dance the afternoon away to great music in the elegant surroundings of the Odney Club. Spectators welcome. Enjoy a magnificent afternoon tea and a demonstration by world champion dancers Richard Still and Morgan Hemphill.