Street dance is a dance style that evolved outside dance studios in any available open space. Street dance, also informally referred to as Street, is an umbrella term which encompasses a range of dance styles characterised by descriptions such as hip hop, funk and breakdancing.

We try to incorporate as many of these styles in our classes as possible.

Our juniors class are dancers that are new to the style or have done little of the style before. This class is also for dancers who love the style and enjoy dancing but do not have any ambition to compete. In this class they will learn the basic foundations of street dance and enjoy learning a variety of routines as well as a few tricks.

Dancers can be chosen from this class to be part of a competition team.

Our senior class is for dancers aged 12 plus or dancers who like more of a challenge. Most of these dancers will become part of a competition team but it is not compulsory. We also try to incorporate some commercial dance within this class.


Location: St. James Church
This class is located at Lostock Hall, Preston PR5 5QY






  • Street Dance



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    St. James Church Lostock Hall, Preston PR5 5QY

  • Street Dance



    St. James Church Lostock Hall, Preston PR5 5QY






Frequently asked question (FAQ)

Do you offer taster sessions?
Yes, we allow gymnasts and dancers to pay weekly for the first few weeks to give them opportunity to try out the sessions before they decide to join.

If they would like to become a member then payments change to monthly.

Do I need to book? Is there a waiting list?
Yes you will need to book before attending a class.

Waiting lists will depend on the class, some classes do but some don’t, so feel free to ask and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Do you take beginners? What age do you take from?
Of course, we have a few beginner’s classes. If you let us know you child’s age we will let you know which class we feel would suit them best. We take gymnasts from age 4.

What should I wear?
Something comfortable and trainers

What is the cost?

Trial period

We offer a 4 week trial period for all our new dancers, giving them the opportunity to try out classes before they decide to join.

Trial members need to decide which classes they would like to attend and pay up front at the start of each week.

The cost for a trial period is the total hours you plan to attend @ £4.50 per hour.

Full member

When you are ready to become a full member you pay for classes monthly.

It is £17 a month for our beginner/ junior classes (1 hour) and £25.50 a month for our inter/senior classes (1 hour and ½).

How our monthly fees work: You will only pay for 45 weeks of the year, this is split over 12 months so your payment is the same every month. This must come out on the 1st of each month.

We knock 7 weeks holiday off per year:

3 weeks for when we close over Christmas,

2 weeks for when we close in the summer,

1 week for when we close at Easter,

1 week as a spare if a coach needs to cancel for any other reason ie an emergency.

There is no contract for our members, but you will have to give 1 months’ notice if you decide to leave. All these details are also available for you on our rules and regulations form, this will be emailed to you before your first class. You can also find it on our website.

Can I bring someone to watch?
Unfortunately, we do not allow parents to watch, this is mainly due to space (and current covid restrictions). We do post videos and photos on our Facebook page as much as we can so you can see what they have been up to.

We do also take part in carnivals and shows where parents and family can watch!

Do you have parking?
Yes parking is available at all our venues, St James has limited parking but you can park on the road outside the venue to drop off and collect. The road is very quiet.