Historical Dance Classes – Exeter

Fridays – Baroque Dance & Dance Through The Ages

Dance Through the Ages
From the Middle Ages to the Early Twentieth Century,
including the Elizabethan and English Regency periods.

Baroque dance
From the 17th to 18th centuries, a precursor of
classical ballet, danced at royal balls and on the stage.

Whipton Community Hall,
Pinhoe Road,
Exeter
EX4 8AD
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(Parking and access also from Whipton Village Road.)

First Friday of the month (holidays permitting)

5:30 – 7:30: Baroque dance
7:30 – 9:30: Dance Through the Ages

Beginners welcome, no previous dance experience necessary,
and you don't have to bring a partner!

Summer Term 2017:

Fridays,  June 2nd,  July 7th

For information about future dates, please join our mailing list.

Fees:

Baroque: £18 (low income £16, full-time students £14)

DTTA: £10 (low income £8.50, full-time students £7.50, couples £17)

Both sessions: £25 (low income/couples £21.50, full-time students £18.50)

For further information please contact:
Cathie and Steve Bowness: 07771 934523
or Philippa Waite: 07976 374482
E-mail: philippa@ukbaroquedunce.com
(e-mail mangled to reduce junk-mail – please correct "dunce" to "dance")


Baroque Dance Saturdays

Whipton Community Hall,
Pinhoe Road,
Exeter
EX4 8AD
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2:30 – 6:00, Baroque dance technique & repertoire, all levels

Spring/Summer Terms 2017:

Saturdays,  February 4th;  March 4th;  June 3rd

Beginners welcome, no previous dance experience necessary,
and you don't have to bring a partner!

For information about future workshops, please join our mailing list.

Fees on the day:  £25 (low income £23, full-time students £20)

Fees with deposit:  £22 (low income £20)
This price requires a deposit of £15 for the series (£5 per class)
The balance to be paid on the day: £17 (£15)

Couples discount: 10% off on-the-day fees/balance.

For further information, please contact Philippa Waite,
Phone: 07976 374482
E-mail: philippa@ukbaroquedunce.com
(e-mail mangled to reduce junk-mail – please correct "dunce" to "dance")