Ballroom and Latin Dance Classes in Orpington and Essex
United Dance Studios have combined over 40 years of teaching experience, established in 2013 through the joining of two highly successful dance schools - Hotsteps and DC Dance Studios who both schools opened their doors back in 1997. Providing high quality Ballroom and Latin instruction for all ages and abilities, pupils are taught to the IDTA syllabus and are given the opportunity to study for their medal examinations and take part in solo and couples competitions up and down the country. The school has trained and competed with over 100 Ballroom and Latin formation teams in the British Open Championships, successfuly competed in the Supadance League, National League and had many successes at National Competitions.
United Dance Studios offers a professional and friendly dance environment with two prestigious dance venues in Kent and Essex. Being part of United, means being part of one of the friendliest, most exciting, and successful dance schools in the South. Come and share our passion for dance!
United Dance Kent
United Dance Studios Kent operates from the prestigious New Orpington Village Halls - a fantastic, spacious venue with mirrors, sprung wooden dance floors and air conditioning. The halls are monitored and entry is gained through a video panel monitored by Village Hall staff making the premises safe and secure.
United Kent was set up as a family run business, by Jacqui,Tony Maslin and daughter Nikki Randall. Having each studied and competed in dance for many years, not only do they share a passion for dancing, but together have a great deal of experience both as successful competitors in the medallist and open field, and also as teachers. Each is a qualified teacher with the UKA and IDTA, and pupils are taught from these syllabi.
United Dance Essex
United Dance Studios Essex operates from The Springhouse Club in Stanford le Hope, a beautiful large studio with air conditioning, mirrors and bar area.
United Dance Essex was set up by Carly Jennings and Deborah Sayers. Having danced with each other from the tender age of 8 through to 16 within a dance school environment they promised to one day set up their own dance school. Both offer a great deal of experience in dancing, both as successful competitors in the medallist and open field, and also as teachers, qualified with the IDTA and NATD.