Ballare Dance Studio

Wed 8-10pm

What about a lovely night of dancing?

Enjoy an evening of dancing in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, with music you will only hear at Ballare. Runs each and every Wednesday, so why not make it a regular event? Ballare offers all styles, with a focus on sequence dancing. Supper is provided. Lesson are also available and they are confident that with just a little effort and practice, all students can learn the patterns and lead/follow techniques necessary to dance with any partner they meet on the dance floor.

Their dance instructors and other dancers will partner you if you don’t have someone to learn with. Its a great way to meet new people and share in the experience!



For more info visit:

Ballare Dance Studio


23 Livingstone Street


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