May 23 - May 30 2013
Tea Dance: City Hall Ballroom, Saturday, 1.30pm-4pm (£3.50),.
Bradfield Dance, Low Bradfield Village Hall, Saturday, 7.30pm (2851227).
Ruby Tea Dance: 40th anniversary celebration to which all former pupils of the dance school run by the Draper family are invited to enjoy an afternoon of dance, tea and biscuits, and memories, Drapers Dance Centre, High Street, Beighton, Monday, from midday to 2.30pm (www.drapersdance.co.uk, 2695703).
New Adult Beginner Disco Dancing Class: Nether Edge, Wednesday mornings (£4, www.oddsockdance.moonfruit.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, 07746139113).
Dance Unlimited: Beginners Adult Tap and DanceFit: Totley Rise Methodist Church Hall, Grove Road, Thursdays, 7pm-8.30pm (info and booking 07570 790382, email email@example.com, www.dancesheffield.co.uk).
Kathy’s Absolute Beginners Line Dancing Classes: St Peter and St Oswalds Church Hall, corner of Abbeydale Road and Bannerdale Road, Millhouses, Mondays, 12.30pm-1.30pm, intermediates, 1.30pm-2.30pm (2441554).
Five Rhythms: a dance/movement practice that follows a wave of energy, freeing your body to move naturally. Hillsborough Park Pavilion, Middlewood Road, Hillsborough, most Fridays 7.30pm £4-£9 (2509085, dancinginthecity.org).
Dancing in Walkley: two Fun Classes and Social Dancing, All welcome, Just turn up, Walkley Community Centre, Fir Street, Walkley, every Thursday, 7.30pm-10.30pm (£3, www.easydance.co.uk, 07905162256).
Strictly Dance Season: with All MoVe, learn a range of partner dance styles including modern jive, salsa, cha cha cha, waltz, foxtrot and batchata on course for people who don’t want a formal ballroom atmosphere but lots of fun and style, Dore and Totley URC Hall, Wednesdays, 8pm-9.30pm; Bradfield Village Hall, Thursdays, 8.30pm-10pm (Christine, 0788 9797827, email firstname.lastname@example.org; Ivan, 01779 3403969 or email email@example.com),
Branching Out Dancing: Commercial Dance, Wharncliffe Side Community Centre, Brightolmee Lane, Wharncliffe Side. Saturdays, 9.30am (www.branchingoutdancing.co.uk, Nikki 2844071/Karen 2876312).
Balboa Swing Dance Classes: Fun, stylish partner dancing from the 40’s. Thursdays, Beginners 8pm, Intermediates 9pm, plus social dancing. We cover the basics every week and we’re friendly and welcoming. £5/£4 concessions one class, £6/£5 two classes. 60-68 Trippet Lane,S1 4EL. (0114 2668101 http://www.bellabalboa.co.uk/)
Street Dance Classes: Razzamataz Theatre Schools provide fast and funky tuition in street dance for ages 4-18 years with qualified and experienced teacher who will cover hip hop and other street dance styles from the basics to more advanced levels, combined with Pop Singing, Drama for TV and Film and also Musical Theatre styles of performance, Saturday mornings (Helen 07979189177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details or to book a space).
Beginners African/Samba Dance: to live Samba band, all levels welcome, Broomspring Centre, Broomhall, first Tuesday in each month (£1, www.tribeofgladys.co.uk).
Belrobics Bellydance: shimmy your way to a fitter you with drop-in sessions, Totley United Reformed Church, Thursdays, 10.15am-11am, Victoria Church and Centre, Thursdays, 7.15pm-8pm (£4.50 a class); Belrobics Toning, St Timothy’s Church, Tuesdays, 7pm-7.30pm (£3); six-week classes, Meersbrook Church, Mondays, 7.15pm-8pm, St Timothy’s Church, Tuesdays, 7.45pm-8.30pm and St Swithin’s Church, Holmesfield, Thursdays, 6.30pm-7.15pm (Jenny 07816850132, email email@example.com, www.belrobics.co.uk).
Dancercize: burn calories and increase your energy and physical health, all welcome, no partner or booking required, Woodseats WMC, The Dale, Woodseats, Mondays, 6.30pm-7.30pm (£3, www.easydance.co.uk, 07905 162256).
Easy Dance Classes and Social Night: dance to any song with a beat, whether Rock n Roll, Swing, Pop, Sixties, or soul, evening includes two classes for beginners/improvers and social dance sessions, all welcome, no partner required, Woodseats WMC, The Dale, Woodseats, Mondays, 7.30pm-10.30pm (£3, www.easydance.co.uk, 07905 162256).
Scottish Country Dancing: classes run by the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (Sheffield branch), beginners and intermediate classes, no partner necessary, Silverdale School, Bents Crescent, Mondays, 7.30pm-9.45pm (2366723).
Scottish Country Dancing: friendly and informal classes run by the Caledonian Society of Sheffield. Beginners very welcome, no partner needed, Holy Trinity Church Hall, Grove Road, Millhouses, Tuesdays, 7.30pm (2360917, 2356853)
Kutamba! School of African Performing Arts: explores modern African street dance styles through its dancing for change programme with Richard Mahachi and Owen Ncube, beginners welcome, great Southern African beats, Living Well Club Dance Studio, Hilton Hotel, Victoria Quays, Furnival Road, every Saturday, 3pm-4.30pm (£5 per week, 20% reduction for students and members of Living Well Gym or those paying full term fees, 07530070946 email:firstname.lastname@example.org, www.kutamba.org.uk).
Handsworth Traditional Sword Dancers: are actively seeking new members to join the team and take this unique 100 year old Sheffield tradition into the future, come and have a go and see if it’s something for you, St Mary’s Church Hall, Handsworth, Wednesday, 8pm (email email@example.com, 2554137).
Harthill Modern Jive and Latin Dance Club: is planning to re-open after the summer break with a new weekly series commencing on Wednesday, . September 11, and is also holding some summer workshops in the basics of Latin style dancing. New members are always welcome especially beginners (call Carol or Derrek 01909 770114 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org).