London's LGBT line dancing classes and club where everyone is welcome. Our regular weekly social night now incorporates Lines and Bears and Borderlines
Too often associated with Country and Western music - such is the might of their PR machine!
Line dancing has been around much longer than Achy Breaky Heart, which most people remember and we have never danced. Have a look through our A-Z Dance List to see the range of music that is played and the dances we have taught. Yes - we do use modern Country music but line dancing has moved on a lot to include many styles of dance such as Latin American - Cha Cha, Samba, Swing/Jive, Salsa and Mambo and from Ballroom - Waltz and even Tango.
Learning solo dancing first can help you move on to partnership/couple dancing in both the Country style or even Ballroom and Latin.
We keep alive the best from the 90s but we teach 'modern' dances too - many of our dance sheets now give the date they were choreographed, We use these instructions to make sure what you dance is correct - some may just follow a YouTube video without checking the intended steps.
If you are a dancer visiting London why not join us - we teach from Linedancer's charts to keep in touch with what is popular on the sceneCheck our Facebook page for any last minute changes
Our current programme can be found on our 'Dance' page here
Or you can find some of the dances from 1993 to 2017 alphabetically A-Z listSee us dance with Dermot for Red Nose Day 2015
From 5th September 2017: 7.00-8.00pm Beginners stand alone class - assumed no previous knowledge 8.00 and 9.15 Three classes for those dances with some experience Beginners class - £3 (You can add the rest of the evening for £5) From 8pm £6 for members , and £8 for non-members
The Borderlines Clubs - Balham, Brockley, Bexley and Beckenham ran in South London from 1995 to 2001 and we still welcome old friends to the cactus club
Corporate line dance lessons or party bookings - we can provide a taster in modern line dance for an adult audience. Previous clients have included Burberry, English National Opera and the Princes Trust