Pre-Order 10th Anniversary DVD

Thanks for 10 Years of Learn To Dance

10 Years OldAs many of you will know Learn To Dance turned 10 on Friday 29th April.  We couldn’t have achieved this without all of you; from those that come multiple times throughout the week to those that we only see occasionally.

We had a great time at our anniversary party and the DVD is currently available to pre-order for the special price of £10.

One thing that didn’t make it into our performance was a guest spot from Immi, but don’t worry we captured it on video for you to enjoy below.

Happy Birthday Learn To Dance – 10 Today

Learn To Dance 10 Yrs Old

Happy Birthday to Us, Happy Birthday to Us, a Cha Cha, a Rumba, Happy Birthday to Us!

Learn To Dance are 10 Years old on Friday 29th April 2016 and to celebrate we’re offering you 10% off [pretty much] everything today only; just enter ’10YRS’ at checkout.

Don’t forget there are still a few tickets left for our 10th Anniversary Ball in Burnham on Saturday 14th May so book now to avoid disappointment (discount code not valid on social events we’re afraid).


Calling all mums!

Learn To Dance LogoOne of our dance students would like her 9 year old son to start dance lessons but she would prefer him to have private lessons and share the cost with a partner.

Her son is 1.4m tall and a complete beginner.

If anyone has a girl of a similar age and/or height (normally a little shorter is preferable but she is happy for him to dance with any girl regardless of height), and you are happy to split the cost of private lessons, please get in touch.

Keats Lane in Eton closed on Sunday 26th July 2015

Learn To Dance LogoWe have noted that there is planned roadworks in Eton on Sunday 26th July 2015 and you may need to allow more time for your journey if coming to classes or private lessons on Sunday.

Keats Lane, which runs from the traffic lights on the High Street until the bend when it becomes the Eton Wick Road, will be closed.  Whilst only a short road it is the most direct route if coming from Slough/Windsor.

We assume it is just this short road that is closed and so you can circumvent the roadworks by going down to the end of the High Street and using South Meadow Lane behind the car parks to join the Eton Wick Road at the end of Keats Lane, which we’re guessing will be signposted as a diversion route.

The roadworks are scheduled to be completed by 6am on Monday 27th July.

Those coming from the Taplow/Maidenhead route should be unaffected.

We hope this doesn’t cause too many delays and we look forward to seeing those of you coming for classes or lessons on Sunday.

Also a reminder that our kids classes have broken up for the summer and will return in September.