Our Classes

Monday Branch Class (Intermediate / Advanced)

PLEASE NOTE: Classes re-starting September 27th. Please bring your own drink, and follow Covid guidance.

Southernhay URC Hall, Exeter
19:45 - 22:00
Monday 20th September 2021 (Start of Season Social: members and non-members welcome) to Monday 13th December 2021
Monday 10th January 2022 to Monday 30th May 2022, followed by AGM & Social 6th June 2022 (NB: No classes April 11th & 18th, or 2nd May)

Thursday Beginners / Improvers Class

PLEASE NOTE: Classes re-starting September 23rd. Please bring your own drink, and follow Covid guidance.

St Matthews Church Hall, Heavitree Road, Exeter
19:45 - 22:00
Thursday 23rd September 2021 to Thursday 9th December 2021
Thursday 13th January 2022 to Thursday 26th May 2022 (NB: No classes April 14th & 21st)

NB: You do not need to belong to the RSCDS to attend this class. Contact us for more information if you would like to come and 'taste' for a few weeks.


Our Teachers

Our branch is fortunate in having a team of highly talented and experienced teachers. Their teaching skills are complemented by their creativity in devising new dances that are enjoyed here in Exeter and by many other groups:

  • Duncan Brown
  • Laura Brown
  • Pauline Beeson
  • Brian Martin
  • Barbara Savill

In addition to the weekly classes, the branch has recently run successful Dancing Achievement Award courses at both Intermediate and Advanced levels, and the RSCDS Basic Teaching Skills course, with participants from across the southwest.

Frequently Asked Questions

No - or at least, not to start with.  Wear shoes that are comfortable and flexible, with a non-slip sole, and not heavy (as you just may tread on your partner's toes).  Later on you can buy the soft ballet pumps or 'ghillies' that most dancers wear - we can help you source them.