Monday 23rd October!
Swing at Sway is back at Sway Club
61-65 Great Queen Street WC2B 5BZ.
Monday 30th October!
Swing dance and Halloween party combined - twice as much fun.
Wear something orange and receive a treat!
Swing at Sway can be held in the Club Room or the Cocktail Lounge at Sway Bar or at Ruby Blue Bar - please check the website!
Club Room (downstairs)
61-65 Great Queen Street
Tubes: Holborn & Covent Garden
Occasionally we move to:
1 Leicester Place,
Tubes: Leicester Square & Piccadilly Circus
£10 Class + Social
£5 Social only
Don't miss the new social event of the week!
Beginners & Intermediate Lindy Hop classes
Dancing in the glamorous surroundings of the Sway Bar
7.30pm - Swing Classes (Running in parallel)
Beginners Lindy Hop No experience necessary, 10 week cycle start any week. Each week learn three new basic steps.
Intermediate Lindy Hop Min 10 weeks of beginners Lindy ( although some of you may want to do 2 or 3 cycles to really get to grips with the fundamentals) Challenging new routines, technique and exercises to bring out the best dancer in you.
8.30pm Social Dancing - Chat, drink & dance!
“What an amazing night! Great space, great vibe, brilliant tunes and air conditioning! I think Mondays just became a dance night again”
- Kafil Din -
“Was a great night and brilliant spacious venue. Highly recommend it.”
- Susannah Fields -
“Well done gang for getting Monday nights swinging again !!”
- Nick Zienau -
Simon Selmon (SwingDanceUK) dance champ, judge & international teacher with 30 years teaching experience
Anna Lambrechts (SwingDanceUK) Dance teacher & performer (Sugarfoot Stompers, Diamond Girls)
See Simon, Anna & the team on ITV's Paul O Grady show
Mon 23 Oct: Jo & Tim
Simon 'Mr Kicks' Selmon
Mon 23 Oct: Pat Da Kat
Anna Lambrechts & Simon Selmon
Jo Franchetti & Tim Ball
Loretta Manson & Onel Brooks
What to Wear:
When attending classes, the most important thing is to be comfortable and to wear something you can easily move about in - jeans and t-shirt is absolutely fine. Some of our weekend club nights specify a dress code, but there is no dress code for our weekly classes.
Beginners: Comfortable every-day shoes are fine when you are just starting out. Make sure you have something which stays securely on your feet (eg. no flip flops!) and which you can spin easily in (very high heels or trainers with sticky soles are not recommended!). After a while, you may want to invest in some dance shoes from the Lindy Hop Shop.
Dancers: We recommend leather soled shoes