Charleston class continues from 16th June – 7th July

Last month saw Charlestonites in Reading learning partnered Charleston with guest teachers Debra Tompkins and John Scanlon. People really enjoyed it and though it was a jump for some, to move from solo steps to learning about partnering techniques such as frame, breakaways and having to lead and follow, the Reading Charleston crew really started to get to grips with it all.

By popular request, the course will now continue on Thursdays from 16th June- 7th July 2011 from 7.30-8.30pm at the Rising Sun Arts Centre in Reading. But Debra and John may now add a bonus class from 8.30-9.30pm to teach vernacular jazz steps from a slightly later period.

Please e-mail by 12 June to book your place as soon as possible!


About charlestondance

We are a group of 1920s and 1940s enthusiasts providing wonderful vintage hen parties in Cheltenham, London, Oxford, Henley on Thames, Wallingford, and Reading, or we come to you! Choose from: Charleston dance classes 1930s-1940s jazz dance classes Pop Up Afternoon Tea Parties and tea dances with a dance class, a full champagne afternoon tea and our live 1920s jazz or swing pianist Vintage Makeovers and Photoshoots Classic Musicals Hen Party dance class, or singing workshop (or both, for an all singing, all dancing, live life in a musical experience!) Our special, deluxe 1920s Day Out or 1940s Day Out in Cheltenham or Henley incorporating one vintage jazz dance class, one creative workshop (including vintage life drawing or fascinator making), a vintage makeover and photoshoot, afternoon tea, and a 3 course dinner!
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