Saturday 4th august
At Poppy and Pint
This year we will be learning the beautiful choreography from Coppelia, Act 3 ‘Waltz of the Hours’
This workshop is open to everyone, you can dress up and embrace the ballet feeling the part!
Our workshops are lots of fun, friendly and everyone is there to have a good time, learning choreographed steps dancing together as a ‘corps de ballet’
Our first workshop was a great success! To view pictures and videos from this day visit our Facebook page.
I would like to kindly ask that payment is to be made before the day of the Workshop. The workshop is £20 and
You can pay at any upcoming classes or by bank transfer. *Spaces are limited so booking early is advised.
For details to pay by transfer please email:-
new BEGINNER adult ballet class
At Lady Bay Scout Hall, 53 Mona Road, West Bridgford, NG2 5BU
Who is this class suitable for:-
Everybody! This ballet class will be of a beginners level. No ballet experience needed, all ages welcome.
What can taking ballet class do for me:-
Ballet can transform your body into being strong, long, lean and flexible all through taking ballet class. By using classical ballet technique as a core structure, along with classical ballet exercises you will be training your body through repetition and creating muscle memory.
Taking ballet class can help improve joint flexibility, core strength, balance, muscle definition, posture, special awareness, stamina, musicality and confidence.
Classes are £5 and pay as you go.
Mrs Cave looks forward to welcoming you soon. If you have any questions please email:-
Bill our lovely dancer that joins us on Friday mornings in our beginner class is pictures here below. Bill kindly brought in a photo of herself when she was a young girl and her certificates from an RAD exam.
Seeing Bill then in her past and now still taking ballet class moved me very much.
Bills storey was a wonderful example of why I began Lady Bay Ballet over 4 years ago. It is very inspiring and a great motivation to keep Lady Bay Ballets ethos alive!
Thank you Bill.