Top Dancers from London’s West End to Open Dance Studios in The Hub

Fri 11 Jul 2014

The Hub is continuing to expand its lifestyle offer with a new state-of-the-art dance facility opening soon. Dancebox Studios will be a fresh multi-studio dance facility, led by some of the biggest names in UK dance.

The team behind the new studios have an impressive background with West End performing credits including Wicked, We Will Rock You, Mary Poppins, Fame, Starlight Express, Cats, Billy Elliot and many more.

Their aim is to banish the stereotype of learning to dance in a damp village hall or a draughty industrial unit and replace it with stylish dance studios, chic dressing rooms and members’ club-style service. The studios will boast classes for both children and adults with an additional department specialising in studio-based fitness.

Facilities will include one large dance studio and a second smaller VIP style studio for private coaching and more intimate numbers. Both studios will feature specialist dance floors, air conditioning, ballet barres and floor to ceiling mirrors. The sound systems will have vari-speed functionality allowing the tempo of the music to be adapted to clients’ abilities. 

Classes will include ballet, tap, jazz, commercial, street dance and even a tiny tots dance class for children aged 2-4 years old. Dance-based fitness classes include yoga, pilates, pre and post natal exercise, pole dance, plus three signature workouts created exclusively by Dancebox Studios.

The studios will also include an on-site retail facility stocking their own range of fashion forward but wearable dance and fitness gear, members’ club style dressing rooms and a relaxing lounge area.

Membership options include a pay as you go option for fitness classes or a more cost-effective option for a 10 class pass.  Dance classes are payable in affordable half termly increments.  There is no joining fee for the inaugural term.

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