WEEKLY CLASS NIGHTS we have been promoting dance classes since 1995 and have activity added 1000's of dancers into the dance world, unlike others who only run dance nights and bring in no brand-new dancers, just “cream” of the top, with no investment outlay developing Tuition nights. We are at Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall our home base for Tuesday nights. Weekly at the excellent Ashtead Hall on Tuesdays. BUT * Please check this website for Tuesdays open as some weeks we are not. * Dancing LeRoc. Freshness and innovation * in a friendly relaxed environment * in small & medium sized class groups * with excellent teachers * no partner necessary * and no previous dance experience required. Excellent spring dance floor. Doors open 7.30pm and from 7.55pm to 10.45pm We have a structured 12 week rolling Beginner classes where you learn the basic moves, tuition is by our teachers, before you move up the further moves at Intermediate level. We also offer freestyle. It’s about fun, having a laugh in a friendly social dance setting. All welcome
LeRoc History since 1995. Twenty Seven Years Old on 1/11/2022. This club started on 1st November 1995 to promote teaching the Modern Jive dance by 4 friends, one being Colin Shaul, was first based in Guildford (Park Barn & Fairlands, Borough Hall), before the opening night on 19th October 1998 at Friends Provident Club, Dorking and then Dorking Halls September 1999 by Colin alone. We continue to hold weekly class/freestyle only at Ashtead Hall on Tuesday nights, see calendar for night’s opening times to put some enjoyment back in to your life. Dances in 2022 are currently held at hall is Ashtead, Betchworth (Dorking/Reigate borders), Great Bookham and Tylney Hall Leatherhead. Come and find out why it’s so enjoyed! We look forward to seeing you. We need your support in these current economic times or lose class nights; all clubs need to remain viable! Come check out the excitement too. Its great social life. Dances most weekends.
There are NO checks currently, Providing the current Covid infection rate is NOT on the rise or a new Covid virus strain is causing concern in the UK). We do encourage people to keep doing their own LFTs before going dancing, of course it goes without saying. If you feel unwell with anything, stay at home and discuss with your GP. LeRoc Surrey will continue to place Sanitiser on each table. We ask you to use these between different dance partners. If you wish to remain cautious for a period of time with who you dance with, people should respect your “decision” as you adjust to the changes. Continually wash hands after so many dances. Naturally wash your hands after using the toilets, but many don’t!!! Venues will remain ventilated for air flow so if you are sitting by a window opening, do not close the window.