Fun social dance classes

Lincoln Dance Classes - Tuesdays

Lincoln High School, Lindum Place off North Belt

Our last regular class at Lincoln will be:

  • Tuesday 25th of June 2024

After then we'll look at running short courses later in the year at Lincoln but possibly other areas as well if there is any interest.

The hall can be tricky to find so see the venue information below showing where it is in the school grounds.

7:15pm New dancers
7:25pm Beginner Class
8:15pm Social dancing
8:30pm Beginners Review / Intermediate Class
8:50pm Social Dancing
9:30pm Finish

Beginner Class

We start with the basics followed by three moves which you can use in your social dancing. You do not need a partner as we rotate regularly in the class, however you can also stay with a partner if that is your preference.

Included in the evening is a 20 minute review session to ask questions and get one to one assistance.

Intermediate Class

This class is aimed at anyone who has attended more than 10 classes. We teach only one or two moves and spend longer on each one. The idea is teach fewer moves that dancers can then retain and use more frequently.

Social Dancing

Social dancing or freestyle is when we turns the lights down and enjoy continuous music until the end of the night.

This is a great time to meet other dancers, practise moves and dance skills to wide variety of music to suit all tastes.

  • $16 for the evening
  • $12 for Full Time students, Community Service card & SuperGold card holders
  • Savings and bonus classes with credits and rewards
  • New Beginners Pass - 5 weeks unlimited classes
Venue Map & Information

Lincoln High School, Lindum Place off North Belt, Lincoln

Approach from the south via Lindum Place, there is parking on the right and then further within the school and then plenty of parking on Boundary Road. See the map below for the exact location of the hall.

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Enter Lindum Place from North Belt, the hall is just around the corner to the right as indicated by the arrow
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We enter the hall via the foyer indicated by the arrow, the door is opposite the hall doors.

The Google Maps link has a marker for the exact location (don't put Lincoln High School into Google as it points to the school reception building).

Do I need a partner?
You don't need a partner but if you have one then great so come on your own or with a friend
We rotate partners during the class which allows people to progress much faster than they would if they stayed with the same partner where people end up compensating for each others mistakes
While rotating is the most effective way to learn there are reasons why a couple may wish to stay together, let our taxi dancers know if you would like to stay with your partner during the class
When can I start?
Start anytime and on any day of the week that we run classes. We don't run terms or courses, any week is a good week to start. We get new people starting each week
No need to book or phone ahead - just turn up
Check our home page before you come - occasional venue changes occur when a school needs the use of their hall
What do I wear to class?
Whatever you feel comfortable in: street, office, smart, casual - it's all good. You will get warm so wear something cool or have a layer you can take off
Wear comfortable shoes, preferably with a leather sole. Flat soled shoes are better than gym shoes, definitely no stilettos and no bare feet!
What if I struggle?
We have dedicated helpers called taxi dancers who are here for the new dancers
There are no mistakes - only variations. Smile when it goes right 🙂 - laugh when it goes wrong! 😄
What is the Review?
The beginner review is a chance to consolidate what you’ve learned from class and meet other beginner dancers
It’s a great opportunity to ask questions and get one to one assistance from our experienced taxi dancers
We often split the review into two groups:
  • Beginners - recently started
  • Improvers - looking to move up to the next level
How many people attend each night?
Anywhere between 40 and 120 depending on the night and time of year, so there's quite a buzz to the classes
What age of people go along?
We have dancers in their teens through to their seventies
Everyone's very friendly, check out each class night for specific information
Anything else?
Keep hydrated by bringing a water bottle with your name on it
All venues have access to water