Regular class timetable
Our classes are held in professional venues in Central London (Covent Garden, Euston. Kings Cross). If the course/level you’re interested in has already begun, you might still be able to join, and we will arrange for a catch-up session if necessary – please contact us for advice.
Sevillanas: we will be running a sevillanas course October 2019. Register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where are your classes held?
Our three main London venues are:
16 Flaxman Terrace,
Jubilee Hall Gym
(Tuesdays & Thursdays)
30 The Piazza
YMCA Tottenham Court Road
112 Great Russell St
For directions please click here.
Which level is right for me?
We offer weekly regular classes for all levels. if you’re in any doubt of which one is the right for you, don’t hesitate to contact us.
We understand that choosing the right course can seem a daunting task but please do not be discouraged by the number of levels on offer – they merely reflect our students’ diversity! If you are not sure which level to attend, contact us for advice. We will normally recommend that you try a couple of classes until you find the one that suits your needs. Once your teacher gets to see you in action they will be better able to advise on which class is the best for you.
Complete beginners: for those interested in getting started in flamenco. No previous experience required.
Elementary beginners: for those who have studied flamenco a minimum of 6 months to a year.
Improvers: for those who have danced flamenco for at least 2 years
Low intermediate: for those who have danced flamenco for at least 3 years
Intermediate: for those who have danced flamenco for at least 4 years
High intermediate: for those who have danced flamenco for at least 5 years
I've missed the first lesson of the course. Can I join anyway?
In most cases, yes. If you’re in doubt, contact us and we’ll be able to advise. If necessary, we can arrange for catch-up sessions to allow you to join later.
Do you offer 1-on-1 classes?
Yes. Contact us for a quote.