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What Is Sequence Dancing

Sequence dancing is categorised into 2 genres - Classical (formerly old time) and Modern Sequence. 

Modern Sequence dancing uses Ballroom and Latin American steps from all of the classified dances i.e. Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Quickstep, Argentine Tango, Rumba, Cha Cha Cha, Jive, Samba and the occasional Passo Doble as well as some fun swing and party dances.

Dances are choreographed to a 16 beat sequence,  and these steps are repeated around the floor.  Each sequence dance has it's own name and is danced to the music of the genre to which the dance is choreographed.

Sequence dances are usually played at Ballroom social dances and are fun to join in with. Some are very easy to follow and require little dance experience. Others are a little more complicated and take some practice.

The good thing about sequence dancing is that there is always someone in front or behind you doing the same steps which makes them easy to follow.

They are a great way to learn the basics of Ballroom and Latin American dancing, or a valued addition to your dancing catalogue.

So whether you are brand new to dancing or just looking to confidently join in those elusive sequence dances, or maybe learn some new dances, you willl find a warm welcome at In Sequence.

We aim to teach the popular dances which are usually included at social dances. These incluude, but are by no means restricted to, Rumba One, Queen of Hearts Rumba, Magic Mambo, Sally Ann Cha Cha Cha, Valentino Jive, Catherine Waltz, White City Waltz, Tango Sereda, Mayfair Quickstep, Cindy swing to name but a few.  We also introduce some less well known but nevertheless fun dances such as Jacqueline Cha Cha Cha, Marcasite Rumba, Blue John Swing, Samba Katrina, Mojito Mambo.

We look forward to welcoming you onto the dance floor for some good dancing fun. 

We cater for both couples and singles, so please do not be put off if you do not have a partner, 

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