COMPETITION SQUAD

SW Dance Academy regularly take part in Disco Freestyle and Street Dance competitions around the country, where students have the opportunity to compete in solo, pairs and team events.
Our advanced students are also given the opportunity to attend competitions where the Team GB are selected. Team GB are represented in the European Championships (top 10 UK dancers) and World Championships (top 5 UK dancers)
Competitive dance takes commitment from both competitors and parents. Students identified as being ready to move into competing will be invited to attend the Elite Squad classes. These classes give students the chance to work on their competition routines outside of the standard class time. The Elite squad training improves confidence, technical ability and choreography skills which enables the students to compete at the high standard required.

COMPETITIVE DANCE –
DISCO FREESTYLE

Detailed below are the competition dates for the new season.

Please order your tickets here via info@swdanceacademy.co.uk

January

19th – Swanley

26th – Thame

February

23rd – Oxford

March

1st – Staines

20th – 23rd – Romney Dance Festival

April

5th – Staines – tbc

12th – Fleet – tbc

26th – East Grinstead – tbc

May

10th – Worthing

June

7th – Grays

July

5th – Maidstone

November

06 – 09th – Clacton Dance Festival

COMPETITIVE DANCE –
STREET / HIP HOP

Detailed below are the competition dates for the new season.

Please order your tickets here via sw-dance@hotmail.com

February

9th – Oxford

​March

“Both my daughters (15 and 9 years) dance at SW Dance Academy and absolutely love it. For one it’s about exercise, the love of dance and to build her confidence; for the other it’s about the competitions, the desire to do her best and the sheer love of dance across all disciplines that Suzie teaches. It’s not just another club, this is a Dance family, supportive parents and the most amazing teachers! Regardless of your ability, you will be welcomed with open arms. Give it a go, Suzie has a gift of making even the shyest of boys or girls dance.”

Tracy Rushton McPhillips