I've got 2 left feet! can I really learn to Dance?
Partner dancing is like anything, you need to be taught it before you can do it. The way we teach at CEROC is to minimize instructions about how to move your feet, the dance is aimed at people with absolutely no dance experience.

Do I need to book in advance?
No. Every week there will always be a number of people there for the first time and therefore we always run complete beginners classes. These are always at the beginning of the night and therefore it's important that you turn up on time.

Do I need to bring a partner?
No! Just turn up. The teaching method means that everyone has to change partners during the classes, and therefore it doesn't make any difference whether you come on your own or with friends. A recent survey at one of the venues showed that 80% of the people who come to Ceroc come on their own.

What do people wear?
As for clothes, anything goes. Casual wear or dress up which ever makes you feel comfortable. As for shoes we recommend that you avoid trainers and wear something with a smooth sole.

How much does it cost?
Prices vary between venues, but it's usually £7 or £8 for the whole night. Concessions are available for students. Everyone has to become a member and this cost is typically £2.00.

Which venue should I go to?
It really doesn't matter as they all follow the same format. We suggest picking the venue that's nearest to you.

CEROC can save you money!
Cancel your gym membership and join Ceroc. It's such a great aerobic workout that is has been officially endorsed by the British Heart Foundation. The dance works all the major muscle groups including arms, upper body and waist.

Did you know that dancing burns up to 800 calories per hour?
Although Ceroc is quite a tough aerobic workout, you probably won't notice
because you'll be enjoying the dance and the atmosphere.