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THE MOVE DANCEWEAR COLLECTION


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Providing you with a huge range of dancewear and dance shoes for all types of dancing! From leading dance brands Bloch, Capezio, Freed of London, Repetto, So Danca, Sansha and more, including our very own Move Dancewear collection, sourced for you at great prices with great designs, and high quality fabrics.

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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Leotard of the month!

Leotard of the month - April - Move Nava. This April we’re launching our brand new leotard of the month feature. This month the title goes to the striking Move Nava Tank Leotard. Spring is finally here, and a beautiful backless ballet leotard is just what you need to cool off in the studio as.....

Move is 10!

We are 10! Happy Birthday to us. In February 2007, Move Dancewear was founded. Starting from a shop in Manchester’s northern quarter, the business has grown into an international business delivering dancewear to dancers worldwide. Our warehouse is Manchester is now home to thousands of danc.....

Straight to the Pointe

    Finding the perfect pointe shoe is a tough task for any dancer, with so many brands and models available, it’s difficult to decide which is best for you and your feet. So we asked Debs, our expert pointe shoe fitter at the Move Dancewear store in Manchester for her top tips whe.....

Dance World Cup - Jersey 2016

Dance mania struck Jersey last week as it played host to the Dance World Cup. Over 12,000 competitors from 38 different countries took part in the event labelled the greatest all-genre dance competition in the world for children and young adults. The week was jam packed with young aspiring dancers s.....

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