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Ballet 2-4

Ballet 2 - 4  © Paula Solloway
Part of: Saturday Superstars

How to book

Come down to the venue, or call the box office on:

0113 243 8765

Summer term is now open for booking! Classes start on Saturday 20 April and run until Saturday 6 July 2024.

Saturday Superstars are our weekly dance classes for young people. Each class offers the chance to learn ballet from professional dance tutors in a friendly, safe and fun environment.

During the term each group will work on a dance to perform as part of an informal sharing for parents at the end of term.

If you want to pay in two instalments please call us. 

More about our classes:

Ballet Ages 2-4: Introduction to ballet and dancing in a playful and fun environment.
Times: 9:15am-10:15am

Are you new to Saturday Superstars? Not sure which class is right for your child? We run free taster sessions in the first few weeks of each term and after each half term. Contact isobelmoloney@yorkshiredance.com to find out more.

 

About Our Building

Prams and buggies can be left outside the studio. Changing rooms on the first floor contain baby changing facilities and there are lifts to all floors. Full access information is available here.

The entrance to Yorkshire Dance is opposite the BBC building, a map and parking information can be found here.

All our Saturday Superstars team are DBS checked.

Yorkshire Dance is the leading dance charity for the region (Charity No. 701624). Our dance classes are subsidised by donations. If you can, please consider making a donation to help keep Saturday Superstars classes affordable for everyone.

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