When & Where
Tuesdays - weekly - ongoing - 19:30-22:30 at Gosforth Parish Hall, South Gosforth, NE3 1YT
Wednesdays - 6-week courses - 19:30-21:00 at St Aidan's Church Hall, Framwellagte Moor, Durham DH1 5BL. Courses run from 18 September -23 October, then 6 November to 11 December.
TUESDAYS - Your First Visit to Lindy Jazz Club on Tuesdays is FREE! This will allow you to check out the class, see how you feel & ask questions so you can choose the right membership for you!
WEDNESDAY classes are part of a 6 week course. These Wednesday classes run on a different format from our Tuesday classes.
The Wednesday courses are £36 pp includes 45 minute class, free hot drinks and access to our online Beginners' Swing Dance!
Theme: Transform Your Dancing
Who is this course for?
This 6-week course is for Lindy Hop dancers who can attend classes on regular basis, are confident with their basics, and are keen to improve their technique to progress towards more advance dancing. Each week, you’ll focus on a set of concepts or moves, building on the previous week’s lesson to gain a clear understanding of leading, following and style.
Thinking of joining the Intermediate Class? Not sure what the criteria is or how this works? Take a look at Joo-Lee's blog post.
Have you been a member of the Intermediate Class but not able to come to classes for 6 weeks or more? Take a look to see if your dancing still meets the expected criteria by checking Joo-Lee's blog post and also the minimum requirement detailed below. You can also catch up on missed classes via our Online Classes.
What is course about?
With a strong technique in place, learning lots of new moves will be so much more fun!
Intermediate Lindy Hop Course
Wednesdays 19:30-21:00 (6 weeks) at St Aidan’s, Framwellgate Moor DH1 5BL
September course: 18 September – 23 October
November course: 6 November – 11 December
Course fee: Early Bird £33, Advance £36
Questions & Answers about the course
What dance experience do I need to attend the intermediate course?
To join this course, you need to have a clear understanding of 2-beat rhythms. You need to know how to carry out weight shifts, rock steps and triple steps.
Will beginners attend the intermediate course?
Why do experienced dancers attend the beginners’ section of the class?
Because experienced dancers are keen to improve enjoy dancing, getting to know new people & they want to practise their basics to makes sure they have strong foundations for the more complex moves.
What will I be able to achieve by the end of the 6 weeks?
If you attend the both the beginners’ & intermediate classes regularly, you will be able to social dance with more confidence. And if you wish, you will be able to take part in a performance at the Snow Ball 7 December. If you also practise in between classes, you will also be able to regsiter for the intermediate classes at DJam.
When I complete this 6-week intermediates’ course, should I book the next intermediates’ course?
Will the next 6-week intermediates’ course be a repetition of this course?
You will be learning new material in the next course.
When will I stop being an ‘intermediate’ and become ‘advance’?
Never stop! Just kee[ dancing!
Questions & Answers about payment
Can we pay as we go instead of the course fee?
It’s a course so please book & pay in advance.
Do you offer refunds?
No refunds are offered.
Can I transfer my booking to someone else?
If I miss some classes, can I transfer my booking to the next course?