We’re excited to announce our extended online dance timetable for 2021 as part of our continuing DXTRA online series. Our 60 min classes will be presented via ZOOM over 6 weeks from Monday 1 March – Friday 9 April 2021

Classes are priced at £6 or buy 4 classes for £20




Contemporary / 5.30-6.30pm / Chris Radford

Explore the basics of contemporary dance by improving coordination, strength, body alignment and flexibility. A fun class learning the basics, full of positive energy, focus, and fun!

(*not running Easter Monday, 5 April)



Musical Jazz / 5.30-6.30pm / Katie Row

Learn exciting musical theatre choreography as well as improving your jazz dance technique. These open-level sessions will be a fun taste of the theatre as each week will focus on a different style of musical.

Ballet Flow / 6.30 – 7.30pm / Emily Pottage

Presented in partnership with our friends at Dance4

This NEW class focusing on ballet technique will create a deeper knowledge of our own bodies, with a strong emphasis on finding musicality and expression through the movement.



Ballet Beginners / 5.30-6.30pm / Jenny Murphy

An introduction to the basics of classical ballet, the concepts of core stability, turn-out, flexibility, posture and placement.

Ballet PLUS / 6.45-7.45pm / Jenny Murphy

An invigorating class aimed at those with an existing understanding and knowledge of ballet technique, who are wanting to further develop their skills with a more challenging class.



Commercial / 6-7pm / Anna Hucknall 

Presented in partnership with our friends at Dance4

This class consists of personalised choreography that is full of flare, strong dynamics and attitude.  It is an open-level class for those who want to learn, progress, have fun and be pushed. If you’re up for a challenge, then this is the class for you! Suitable for beginners.



Vogue / 6-7pm / Jason Andrew Guest

This class is proudly supported by UNMUTED and SHOUT

Learn to vogue, walk (or wheel) and bring it to the runway with Jason Andrew Guest Mutha of the House Of Myztique & Legendary daughter of the House of Ghetto. Learn the fundamentals of the vogue dance styles and the ballroom culture it comes from. So strike a pose and join us for an introduction to voguing.

* If you engage in our online dance class, you agree that you do so at your own risk; are voluntarily participating in these activities; and assume all risk of injury to yourself. DanceXchange and the tutor take no responsibility for any personal loss or injury caused whilst participating in this class


Looking for KIDS CLASSES? We have series of FREE kids classes available via our Facebook page