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Whatever you have heard previously about line dancing... put those thoughts aside and embrace the new culture of Modern Line Dancing. Line dancing is becoming increasingly popular and you should expect to hear music ranging from the 60's right through to the present day.

Contrary to popular opinion Line dancing was not invented by cowboys. Line dancing has its origins initially in the 1960's soul music scene in America, Followed in the 70's by the trend of dancing in lines in the discos,.in the 80's along came Billy Ray Cyrus and his video to Achy Breaky Heart and it was only really then that line dancing took off in the UK.

Modern line dance clubs teach to music from all genres to all styles of music, including Soul, Rock or Pop, Latin music, Irish, Salsa, and big band music as well as country and western.

It's easy for beginners to learn and offers more energetic and complex routines for the more experienced. From the first lesson beginners will be able to enjoy dancing to a whole range of line dance routines. Line dancing is a dance in which a group of people dance in one or more lines and dance to a choreographed set of steps in a sequence.

Line dancing is a great way to get fit plus you don't need a partner so it's great for going out and meeting people. The great thing about line dancing is that anybody can do it as it’s only mildly energetic and the steps are easy to learn. You can start as a beginner and the more you attend the more skills you will develop and the more you can progress. 

My Latest Dances


Let's Go Home Together


Devil On My Tongue

Guys Like You

Guy's Like You Demo & Teach

 UPCOMING EVENTS (Click on the pictures the view larger image for larger image)

Current Classes
(Beginner - Improver )
St Mary's Church Hall, Glastonbury
Mondays 2pm - 4pm Currently closed due to Covid 19

(Beginner - Improver - Intermediate - Review)
The Green Wembdon, Bridgwater
7:30pm - 10:30pm

(Beginner - Improver - Intermediate) 
Vaughan Lee Memorial Hall, Whitelackington
Tuesdays 7:30pm - 9:30pm. 

(One Hour Country 2nd Hour Intermediate)
The Edgar Hall, Somerton
Wednesdays 10:00am - 12:00 noon

(Beginner - Improver - Intermediate) 
Edington Village Hall 
Wednesdays 2pm till 4pm 

(Beginner - Improver)
The Edgar Hall, Somerton
Wednesdays 10:00am - 12:00 noon

(Beginner - Improver - Intermediate) 
Woolavington Village Hall
Thursdays 2pm - 4pm

(Beginner - Improver - Intermediate) 
Woolavington Village Hall
Thursdays 7:30pm till 9:30pm.

Why not keep an eye on our website or check us out on Facebook, we aim to keep you up to date on the latest line dance events, news and when and where our Line Dance Classes and Socials Events are being held.  We currently have eightclasses running at different levels. Contact us for details.  

Have a Birthday Party or want to organize an Event or Themed Evening to include Line Dancing, I can provide lessons and everything you might need to host a great event. Email me on the contacts page for details. 

Line dance's popularity may be due in part to the fact that unlike most other social dances, line dancing does not require partners, making this one of the easiest dance forms to learn.  Line dancing allows dancers to independently move while enjoying a group activity as they move in time to the music. It is also a great way to keep fit, keep your brain active and make new friends.