World Dance

Cultural dance is a fantastic way to introduce students to geographical, religious or world topics. Cultural dance offers a chance to learn about the countries and hidden communities of the world through movement. All our Cultural dance workshops give pupils an insight into the cultural heritage and customs of each style and country, whilst creating a unique opportunity to learn the traditional dances.

Indian Dance

Indian dance is one of our most highly acclaimed specialist topics and we offer Indian dance workshops for all ages from early years to secondary and higher education. Our Indian dance workshops are taught by professional Bollywood performers who bring the magic of Indian dance to your school. Please see our dedicated Indian dance page for further information.



South African Gumboot




We can also supply expert cultural dance leaders and artists for the following world dance styles.All our dance artists work for our professional dance company also and are fully CRB checked.



  • Japanese Fan Dancing
  • Irish Dance
  • Greek Dance
  • Russian & Eastern European Dance
  • English Historical Dance
  • Dutch Clog Dance
  • Salsa & Latin Dance Styles
  • Hawaiian Hula
  • Aboriginal
  • Carnival Dance
  • Chinese Dragon Dance
  • Flamenco & Spanish Dance
  • Italian Dance ( Tarantella)
  • French Can Can
  • French Peasant Dance
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All the above workshops can be booked for varying lengths starting from a half day morning session up to a full day or even week of workshops. Every inquiry is dealt with on a bespoke basis with the individual schools needs and requirements in mind. Therefore please contact us to discuss fees and queries on an individual basis, our team will be happy to take your call.


info@educationaldanceworkshops.co.uk

info@educationaldanceworkshops.co.uk   Office: 01214755624 


South African Gumboot dance is a unique cultural experience for pupils and teachers alike. With its rich social and cultural significance this percussive vernacular dance style incorporates both historical and physical content. So bring your wellington boots and join Educational Dance Workshops in celebrating one of South Africa's most exuberant dance forms.