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1920's Solo Charleston

Always wanted to learn to Charleston?

New to dancing, or new to dancing in this style?

Then the Foundations of 1920's Charleston class is perfect for you!

This class focuses purely on solo Charleston and vintage Jazz. You'll master the 1920's Charleston step, have a go at the iconic Charleston 'swivel' and explore a wide range of vintage Jazz dance moves– think everything from the Black Bottom to the Bee’s Knees! 

Our Easter term is inspired by flapper-era musical comedy Tea For Two (1950), and we will be learning some fun and fabulous Charleston inspired by the movie! (click HERE to see!)

This routine is a great introduction to the classic 20's Charleston, and a really fun way to build on the foundations from last term. It includes possibly the most energetic Charleston styling there is- the SQUAT Charleston, PLUS crazy legs, slip slops and shimmies- oh my!


Fun and feel-good endorphins guaranteed

No partner is required as the focus is on solo Jazz, and this course therefore does not include partner work or work in hold


By the end of the course you will you have mastered a complete 1920's Charleston routine, and will be ready to party like it's 1929!


Your Online Course Package...


 6 x 50 minutes LIVE Charleston a Go Go classes via Zoom*, learning a full 1920's Charleston routine inspired by Tea for Two


Weekly on demand tutorial and rehearsal videos via Vimeo, and access to choreography notes 


Priority place at one off workshops and social events, which, depending on the state of the world, could be in person or on Zoom… 

Discounted Silver Screen Charleston if you'd like to combine courses

Access to our secret Facebook group, where you can connect to other  class goers, and we will share resources and inspiration to keep you shakin’ your thing between classes...


...All for less than £10 per week!

*Live Zoom classes to run Tuesday evenings 7.00 pm - 7.50 pm

* New Term* Course Dates

Tuesday 20th April

Tuesday 27th April

Tuesday 4th May (Star Wars special...?!)

Tuesday 11th May

Tuesday 19th May

Tuesday 26th May 

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