Beginners Jazz Roots Class

Learn the Charleston and more! Authentic vintage Jazz Dances from the 1920s, 30s and 40s. Fun dance lessons for adults every Tuesday. No partner needed.

Beginners Jazz Roots Class

Learn the authentic solo dance steps of the jazz & swing age – The Charleston, Suzie Q, Shorty George, Apple Jacks and more! These steps are outrageously fun and expressive, with a soundtrack of hot & swinging jazz that will inspire you to move your body. Your teacher is world famous flapper & dance historian Sharon Davis. This is a solo dance class, no partner needed. Booking is not essential, walk-ins are very welcome.

Level: This class is for beginners, zero experience needed.

Teacher: this class is taught by Sharon Davis – a world renowned swing & jazz dancer with over 20 years experience.

When? 7.00pm-8.00pm Tuesdays. Check calendar for dates. Doors open 6.30pm, so come early to have a drink or warm up before class.

Where? Jazzbourne, 443 New Cross Road, London SE14 6TA

How much? Book online or pay at the door: £15 for one class.
Packages available if you book on our website: £50 for 4 classes / £100 for 10 classes
Tuesday Door Special: take the 7pm Jazz class and the 8.30pm Lindy Hop class for £25 for both if you pay at the door.

Is this a walk-in class or a course?  This is a walk-in class, so start any time and drop in whenever you like. You don’t need to take these classes in any particular order and it’s no problem if you miss a week or attend irregularly. You can pre-book the class online or pay at the door (card/contactless only, no cash accepted).

How many classes should I take? Most beginners take this level class for 2-3 months before moving on to the higher level classes. After around 12 classes you will have a comprehensive education in the vintage jazz dance vocabulary.

Questions: Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.



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Jazzbourne, 443 New Cross Road, London SE14 6TA

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