East Anglia Dance aims to cover social dancing for adults
mainly in Norfolk + Suffolk + Essex
but also extending to the rest of East Anglia
including parts of Hertfordshire & Cambridgeshire
The website's core is the Venues page, where class & dance venue information is shown in 3 formats, one of which hopefully suits the search requirements of most visitors. Where appropriate, entries are shown nominally North to South, to hopefully help locate venues within reasonable travelling distance.
The Diary page is the most dynamic, dealing with announcements such as new classes starting, then a chronological listing of one-off dance events. After 10 years, this has more recently now become the Homepage ...
The Videos page gives links to YouTube examples of lesser known dance styles. As anyone who has researched YouTube clips will probably appreciate, it is often difficult to remain "on theme". Repetition & poor recording quality also soon become apparent. Considerable effort has therefore gone into finding & categorising the best dance clips, which hopefully prove both entertaining & educational. We'll try to add new titles regularly, so please keep coming back.
For Ballroom clips, check the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing website, as that's far more comprehensive than we could ever hope to achieve.
Brian Vincent ~ editor Brian Green ~ webmaster
with any suggestions, corrections or additions to data,
or simply to ask aquestion about anything you've seen here,
& we'll try to respond promptly
If you're happy for a response by phone, do include that,
plus the best time to call
If sending us details of your dance venue, please provide the following :-
your name phone number(s) email
— above not usually/necessarily for publication
Dance club / school's name Styles taught
Website or if none, contact name & phone number(s) to publish
for each venue
Name of the venue Town or Village Day(s) of week
Nearest large town (optional - that more people might be familiar with)
General info e.g. whether classes, dances & frequency, private tuition
Postcode — for sorting & building map links …
Some small village halls seem not to have a postcode, in which
case please provide the first part of the postcode for properties
nearby, & any other useful information such as name of the road
for late alterations/cancellations of events in our diary,
contact webmaster Brian Green via
& we'll try to provide a notification service by updating entries
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This dance listing website & associated sub-domains have no connection with any other website or publication,
other than we have used the web as one of our information sources, which we gratefully acknowledge.
Obviously in compiling a work of this size & complexity it is inevitable that we have either copied errors or
made our own errors. Also, information becomes out of date. Anyone using this website or
submitting entries for inclusion in this website
should therefore take this into account, & note that everything is presented on a "best endeavours"
basis and is without any liability for errors or any consequences arising from errors.
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