Saturday, 18 of April of 2015

Sequence Dance



Sequence Dancing is one of the most popular forms of dance in the country.

You can learn all the popular Sequence dances here at Dance For Fun Rochdale Manchester and Bury.

Join our Friday night class and you will be taught all the most well known Sequence Dances. You will learn all the  favourites as well as some of the new dances as they arrive. JOIN ANYTIME

We teach all the new and old Sequence Dances, there is a one hour teaching session and now we have just introduced a further half hour to simply enjoy the dances that you have learned.

We Teach GLENROY FOXTROT and ARGENTINE STROLL – Ask for details -  07860561983


Ring now on: 07860 561983


Sequence Dancing Class - Join Anytime

Every Friday – 7.30pm to 9.00pm  £7 per person

St Pauls Hall, Blackpits Road, Norden Rochdale Manchester. OL11 5NN

Contact Ginny or Alan for More Details

NEW SEQUENCE CLASS – EVERY MONDAY – St Aidans, Castleton – 8pm


Welcome Waltz, Rumba One, Mayfair Quickstep, Saunter Together, Melody Foxtrot, Sindy Swing, Tango Serida, Sally Ann Cha Cha, Catherine Waltz,Ennerdale Waltz. Mambo Magic, Rumba Cascade, Sweetheart Waltz, Tina Tango, Queen of Hearts Rumba, White City Waltz, Bossa Nova, Alpine Stroll, Argentine Stroll, Tayside Tango, Marina Mambo, Blue Angel Rumba, Tango Ricardo, Broadway Quickstep, Glenroy Foxtrot, Sheldon Saunter

Square Tango, Mayfair Quickstep, Sally Ann Cha Cha Cha, Rumba 1, Tango Serida, Saunter Together, Waltz Catherine, Lilac Waltz, Balmoral Blues, Queen of Hearts Rumba, Melody Foxtrot, Caribbean Calypso, Suzanne Quickstep, Sindy Swing, Bossa Nova, Magic Mambo, Emmerdale Waltz, Rumba Rosalee, Alpine Stroll, Saunter Shiraz, Monkey Puzzle Cha Cha, Rumba Diego, Broadway Quickstep, Waltz Marie, Valentino Jive, Whispering Foxtrot, Blue Angel Rumba, Misty Grey Rumba, Iris Foxtrot, Argentine Stroll, Wedgewood Blue Gavotte, Tiara Tango, Tina Tango and many many more.

01706 35110 or 07860 561983

Dance For Fun teach Sequence Dancing in Rochdale Manchester and Bury

Modern sequence dancing originated as an English activity. It is based on all the popular Ballroom Dances, these include Waltz, Quickstep, Tango, Foxtrot and also the Latin dances of Cha Cha Cha, Rumba, Jive, Samba and even more recently, the Mambo and Salsa.The difference between these dances and the normal standard dances is that everyone dances the same 16 bar routine together.

The dance steps are all standardised and some are quite often of a very high standard, but for the most part they are fun, easy to follow and can be enjoyed by everyone.

At Dance For Fun, we have recognised the great social need to include the more popular Sequence Dances in our Social Ballroom Classes. This means that relative beginners can enjoy all types of dancing whenever out at social events or on holiday.

The above dances eventually will be taught over all the courses of dance classes that we do. However, if you would like learn one or more of these dances then ask about our Private Tuition. This will speed up your learning and focus on the dances  that you want to learn.

07860 561983


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