The Majestic Ballroom

What We Do

At the Leamington Dance Centre we teach anyone to dance & if they already dance, we'll improve their technique whether it be in Waltz, Cha Cha, Rock & Roll, Argentine Tango or Modern & Classical Sequence. There are classes for all ages in: Ballroom, Latin American, Classical & Modern Sequence, Rock & Roll & Argentine Tango, ranging from Social Dancing to all grades of Medal Classes & Professional Coaching. Becoming a good dancer provides our members with a lifetime of pleasure; our club facilities provide an ideal context in which to learn, but also a place in which to share your enjoyment of dancing with others. Awaiting any new member to the Dance Centres elegantly refurbished premises are our most valuable assets: expert & experienced teachers, & happy, friendly existing members.

True ease in writing comes from art, not chance, as those move easiest who have learned to dance.

Pope, Essay on Criticism

The Format

As we are licensed premises, with the bar open in the evenings, everyone admitted after 8pm must be over 18, however, all age groups are well represented, from young adults to the mature young at heart, We have rockers from 18 to 80!! The evening starts with instruction and is followed by a Social practice dance, where you can make friends, have a drink and practice what you have been learning during the class. The teaching staff will be on hand to help out if you are having any difficulties.

The Location

Leamington Dance Centre is located at the bottom of The Parade in Leamington Spa opposite the Town Hall. It is on the second floor above Bills & Frames snookerhall. The entrance stairs are located to the left of the Bills frontage. There is free parking opposite the Dance Centre in Regent Grove. MAP

What To Wear

Social Dance, Ballroom, Latin & Old Time

Most members wear comfortable casual clothes. It helps if footwear is soft enough to be able to bend the foot at the toe joint. Slippery soles, high thin heels or sling backs should be avoided.


Casual wear is appropriate. Most members wear jeans & other comfortable clothes. As the evening progresses, the temperature rises, so layers are best - a T-shirt even in winter is usually enough. It helps if footwear is soft enough to be able to bend the foot at the toe joint. Slippery soles, high thin heels or sling backs should be avoided. A lot of the members wear trainers.

The girl who can't dance says the band can't play.

Yiddish Proverbs [1949]

A man unable to dance blames an uneven floor.

Malay Proverb

To Book Or Not To Book

Social Dance, Ballroom, Latin & Old Time

The Dance Centre does not take bookings in advance for the social dance group & other ballroom groups, we work on a pay as you dance basis - just turn up on the allotted night and pay at the door.


Advance booking is helpful for the beginners course. You can use the websites contact form clicking here, phone us on 07790-119140, or send an email to sales making sure that we have the names of all those wishing to attend.

Do I Need A Partner

Rock'n'Roll & Social Dance

It is not necessary to join the course as part of a couple as a percentage of the group usually attend unaccompanied.

Medal Classes

Members usually find a dance partner in the beginners groups; it is, however, necessary to have a partner of the correct grade to join one of the more advanced groups.

Personal Instruction

[Private Lessons]

Personal Instruction can be arranged, depending on availability. Lessons can be arranged for couples in the daytime, early evening and weekends, it is normal practice for 2 Instructors to be teaching in the ballroom at the same time. Click here to leave a contact telephone number and the most suitable time for you, and an Instructor will call you as soon as possible.

Dance is the only art of which we ourselves are the stuff of which it is made.

Ted Shawn, The Times, July 1955

Dance Styles Taught At The Dance Centre


Social Dance - Ballroom - Latin American - Old Time - Rock 'n' Roll - Argentine Tango

For Juniors - 5-13 years

HipHop - Ballroom - Latin American - Streetdance

Why Dance

Dancing is our first line of social activity. Good dancing is a lifetime investment in fun, poise, confidence, improved personality, and new friends. Beyond these, dancing is a superb physical conditioner - providing fun without working at it. It opens up a wonderful new world of togetherness and a thriving year-round social calendar!