Adult Ballroom & Latin American

Monday & Thursday – Weekly – Drop-In Class



8:30pm – 9:15pm             Beginners & Intermediate

9:30pm – 10:15pm           Improvers & Advanced

10:15pm – 11:00pm          General Social Dancing



8:15pm – 9:00pm             Beginners & Intermediate

9:15pm – 10:00pm           Improvers & Advanced

10:00pm – 11:00pm          General Social Dancing


£8 per person

Do you want to dance just like the

celebrities on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing!


The splendour, the glitter and the glamour of Ballroom & Latin American dancing has never been easier to learn!

Our team of experienced, qualified instructors will guide you through the basic steps if you are a beginner or for those more experienced dancers our intermediate, improvers and advanced classes will allow you to brush up on steps and techniques.

Our studios are fully air-conditioned, with plenty of comfortable seating to relax in when not dancing, and we have a fully stocked and Licensed Bar throughout the evening.

If you are not sure how to go about learning to dance or what to wear, or another question about learning to dance, please feel free to contact the studio for more information.

The dances we teach at Cadmans are;

Ballroom Style


▪ Social Foxtrot: This Social version of the classical Foxtrot is the easiest and quickest of dances to initially learn.

▪ Waltz: Learning how to Waltz is easy – the dance is suited to slow ballads or instrumental music in 3/4 time.

▪ Tango: The Tango is danced to medium tempo orchestral, often march-like music.

▪ Viennese Waltz: The Viennese Waltz is danced to fast music in 3/4 or 6/8 time, often classical such as Strauss Waltzes.

▪ Foxtrot: Born out of the Ragtime era and synonymous with one man named Harry Fox came the Foxtrot in 1913.

▪ Quickstep: The QuickTime Foxtrot and Charleston were fused together to bring us a dance offering speed, body flight, flare and daring tempo changes known as the Quickstep.

Latin American Style


▪ Cha Cha Cha: The Cha Cha Cha is danced to medium-tempo Latin music. This is an exciting, syncopated Latin dance that originated in the 1950s.

▪ Samba: The Samba is danced to medium tempo Brazilian Latin music with a strong downbeat.

▪ Rumba: The Rumba is danced to a slow Latin ballad. The origins of the dance are closely related to the origins of the Samba

▪ Paso Doble: The Paso Doble is a dance that requires dramatic Latin ‘bullfight’ music .

▪ Jive: The Jive is danced to very fast swing music. The dance was originally the UK’s version of the American Jitterbug and East Coast Swing during World War II.