At Spencer's Wood Village Hall
Basingstoke Road, Spencer's Wood, RG7 1AP - almost RG7 1AE
These classes are held in this A lovely historic venue on the southern edge of Reading just 2 minutes from the M4. Well maintained and full of character with a sprung dance floor. We also use this venue for Juke Joint and Goody Goody social dance events.
Immediately south of Three Mile Cross follow the old Basingstoke Rd and at the brow of the hill you will find the hall.
It sits right between the village church and the Farriers Arms at the corner of Clares Green Road.
Parking is both on-site and on the adjacent Clares Green Rd.
Weekly Lindy Hop Classes 7.00 to 9.00 pm
SCHEDULE FROM 1 SEPTEMBER
7.00 Lindy Hop Level 1
8.00 Lindy Hop Level 2
Lindy Hop beginners need to take Level 1 classes for a while to prepare for the Level 2 class and we have regular start dates for Lindy Hop - roughly monthly. You can book your first 4-week block online at a discount.
Start dates for new beginners are Sep 1, Sep 29, Oct 27.
We include Charleston in some classes and hold some additional Charleston workshops.
We also offer social dance events at this venue for you to gain extra practice with fellow students, to mingle and to ask for hints and tips. It's a great way to expand your social circle.
- Level 1 Lindy Hop Only
- £6 per week
- Per Person from 7.00 to 8.00
- Intro to Lindy Hop
- £18 for 4 weeks
- Pre-book here
- Use the button to book this introductory block-booking offer
- Start dates are Sep 1, Sep 29, Oct 27
- Both Classes incl Lindy hop Level 2
- £8 per week
- Per person - covers both classes
- Level 2 Lindy Hop is available within this standard price.
- Join us at any time from 7.00
Welcome To Spencer's Swing
What a great way to spend a fun Sunday evening in a historical village hall!
Learn to Swing Dance with Reading's most experienced and accomplished Lindy Hop couple, Debra and John.
We don't do exams - we do fun. We recognise that every student improves at their own speed. We are here to patiently coach and encourage you along the road. Whether you want to push yourself hard or just enjoy the journey we shall support you.
Nobody begins dancing as a skilled dancer. Our public classes aim to get you dancing at a social level, not at a competition level. You can expect to improve your balance, spacial awareness and general fitness: all great reasons why people get hooked on the benefits of social swing dancing. And if you find that your friends and family are impressed by your new skills at the next gathering then that is a bonus.
We want you to cross the fun threshold not the pain threshold. We ask every student to be aware of their limitations and fitness level and to dance within their physical limitations.