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There's everything you could need for starting out at a dance class, for ballet: leotards, skirts, tutus, a vast range of super soft microfibre dance tights, and ballet shoes suitable for beginners all the way up to professional level. There are warmups for all dance styles keeping you snug to, from, and during your classes and rehearsals, and great dance bags for you to carry all your kit in! Not forgetting our huge tap dance and jazz shoe collections, as well as an incredible choice for ballroom, latin and salsa dancing.

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What is Mardi Gras, and what's Carnival?

What are Mardi Gras and Carnival? You’ve definitely heard of Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, but did you know that the Carnival tradition stems back centuries and was originally celebrated because of religious beliefs? We’ll explain to you what Mardi Gras is, how it’s like Pancake Day.....

Leotard of the Month: February

Leotard of the Month Bloch Opelly      Bloch Opelly is a striking leotard from the Bloch Winter 2018 Collection. This Collection evokes deep, bold colours which harmonise with new style combinations for a season filled with colour. This leotard explores this colour journey, taki.....

Born into Ballet

We’d like to introduce you to Emily Dowson Cave. We met her for tea at the edgy Foundation Coffee House in NQ to hear her story. We think she’s truly marvelous, and her dance heritage is too good not to feature on our blog! Keep reading to find out why...   Emily is the daughter.....

5 Singin’ in the Rain Dances

This iconic film, tap dance, and piece of music has been the source of jaw-dropping dance entertainment since 1952. The original score by Arthur Freed came years before the film Singin’ in the Rain around 1929, which means the film version came to associate it with tap dancing. How has one of .....

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