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Jazz Open

12 Jan - 30 Mar, 7:30pm

Thursday

No class on 16 March due to Bus and Train Strikes. The class will resume on 23 March

About the class

Jazz Dance is a fast, energetic type of dance using a combination of lots of different dance moves. From isolation to contractions, big leaps and quick turns, it is dynamic and lyrical as seen in films, musicals and TV.

This lively class will give you an aerobic and fun workout, you’ll learn short sequences of choreography designed to develop your strength, stamina and dance ability.

Booking

Booking Changes **  An upgrade to our booking system means the first time you book a class you will need to make a new account.

Online booking: Tickets can be booked in advance online and it will close 30 minutes before the start time. Please ensure all personal information is entered correctly when booking your class.

In-person: Tickets can also be brought by cash or card at reception on the day, places are subject to availability.

The capacity is 30 participants 

Book your class below


Thursday 9 March

Thursday 16 March – cancelled due to bus & train strikes

Thursday 23 March

Thursday 30 March

Class FAQs

Once purchased, tickets cannot be exchanged, refunded or transferred unless the class/event is cancelled.

Concessions are available to those who are:

  • Over 60s
  • Students
  • People with disabilities
  • People on Universal Credit
  • Emergency services workers
  • NHS and social care sector workers
  • Armed forces

ID will be required on arrival

Anything comfortable that lets you move freely. You can wear tracksuit bottoms, leggings & t-shirts for most classes. Please wear light-soled trainers or dance shoes (if you have them), Contemporary and yoga classes are bare feet.
Yes, we recommend you come to the studios changed and ready to go, however, changing/shower facilities are open.
No. we don’t have lockers so please take all your valuable possessions with you into the studio from the changing rooms.
Yes, please bring your refillable water bottle with you. You can take bottles with you into the studios.
You won’t be allowed to join a class if you’re more than 15 minutes late. This is because you’ll have missed the warm-up, which increases your chance of injury.
We aim to make our classes accessible to everyone regardless of disability. Read our information here or please call us on 0121 667 6730 or email info@fabric.dance to discuss any support you might need.

Key Information

Special Offers
Buy 5 classes (in one transaction) get £5 off
Suitable For
Location

FABRIC Studio 1

Tutor

Karen Kelly

Jazz, Move into Ballet & Fitness Tutor (she/her)

I trained at the Elmhurst Ballet School, Camberley, Surrey (now Elmhurst School for Dance, Birmingham) until the age of 18. I continued training at The West Street Ballet School, Covent Garden, London, under the direction of Natasha Lisakova, Judy Maden and Anita Young.  Professional performances include the Paco Rabanne Catwalk, Radio One Trade Show, The Clothes Show Live, British Gas Oscar Awards, A Chorus Line and First Leisure Clubs in Birmingham, Stoke on Trent and Sheffield.

I have many years experience teaching Jazz/Club Jazz and regularly teaches at DanceXchange, Siobhan Collins – McCarthy Dance Academy and at various schools and workshops in the community.

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