UoB Dance Society offers members a full weekly timetable of professionally-led dance classes for all interests and abilities. The society holds a massive annual dance show, additional to smaller performances and competition opportunities. UoB Dance Society enjoys an enthusiastic atmosphere encouraged by various socials arranged throughout the year.
Who can join: Classes are open to everyone age 16+, students and non-students of any ability. We offer lessons that run throughout the week in ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, street, Cuban, Irish, lyrical, pointe, hip hop and limbering. Lessons are open to ALL levels, i.e. beginners to advanced. Classes are run on a weekly basis so that you can just go whenever you want!
Price: 1-hour classes are £3 for members and £4.50 for non-members. 1.5-hour classes are £4.50 for members and £5.50 non-members. Yearly membership is £20.
Where are the classes: All classes are held in our dance studio on the upper ground floor of the Bristol Student Union (Richmond Building).
More info: For regular updates, and information on changes to class times, or class cancellations, please check out our Facebook page: University of Bristol Dance Society (https://www.facebook.com/UOBDanceSoc/)
Annual Dance show
Every year the Dance Society puts on a large show where each class performs a piece. This year the show will be taking place in the Winston Theatre on the 14-16th March 2019.
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We also have a number of award-winning competition teams which enter into a number of University competitions during the academic year as well as competing in Varsity against UWE. In 2019, we competed at LJMU Dance Competition in February and at Sheffield Dance Competition in March winning 11 awards/trophies across the two competitions! Well done to all our incredibly talented dancers for all the hard work they have put in this year, we look forward to more great results next year!
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