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Learn fun and sociable moves that you can bring to the dance floor and feel comfortable moving to music that might not already be familiar to you

  • Take part in an energising warm-up
  • Learn the freshest new moves from the dancehalls of Jamaica
  • Enjoy practicing moves at your own pace to an upbeat soundtrack
  • Feel confident learning new energetic choreography
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    Music Expect to hear tracks from Popcaan, Vybz Kartel, Spice Shenseea, Koffee, Beenie Man and Shabba Ranks
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    Training Learn a foundation of fun and socialble dance techniques
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    Level All levels.Beginners and those with previous dance experience welcome



The City Academy Street and Commercial dance department has courses and classes suitable for dancers of all backgrounds and abilities. Our tutors are not just teachers but professional dancers and performers with industry experience, ready to help and guide you through each class and your next steps as you gain confidence. If you want to know more about our courses, which one is right for you or how to join the City Academy Commercial Dance Company, call a member of our dedicated Student Services team on 0207 042 8833.

Meet your tutor

Georgina has experience teaching and performing a range of styles, from Street to Dancehall. Her impressive performance catalogue includes several international festivals and numerous advertising campaigns for companies such as Pepsi.

Georgina's classes are fun and friendly, and she wants people to feel fierce and fabulous both inside and outiside the studio!


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Dancehall Workshop venues

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Dancehall Workshop tutors

All City Academy tutors are experienced professionals from theatre, film/TV and performance industries. So whilst they're training you they may also be rehearsing for a West End show or working on a movie. We like that and we do believe it makes a difference in class.

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