FAQs


FAQs

1. What should I wear?

Casual and comfortable is generally a good guide, although feel free to dress up if you want to. Jeans are fine but make sure that they allow you freedom to move. Trainers or flat or low heeled shoes are best for most types of dances. Footwear should be secure and not slip off easily. Flip flops are not recommended!

2. How long does each session last?

The dance class begins at 7.30pm and lasts for about 1 hour. You are welcome before or after to have a drink at the café/bar. This is a good time to socialise and an opportunity to meet new people.

3. Does it matter if I have not danced before?

Two Left Feet is aimed at people who have never danced before. The dances are broken down into easy steps and the atmosphere is fun and friendly.

4. Will I need to bring water with me?

The West Wing and The Oakwood Centre has a café-bar where you can purchase water. The West Wing café-bar sells a wide variety of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, as well as light snacks. Alcohol is not available at The Oakwood Centre.

5. Do I need to bring a partner?

No partner is needed for any of the sessions. Most of the dances are danced individually and when dancing in couples, partners will be rotated throughout the class.

6. Can children come?

Yes, if accompanied by an adult.

7. What if I don’t know anybody else, can I come on my own?

Definitely, many people come along by themselves and have a great time. If you are worried about not knowing anyone, just find a member of our team who will be wearing a Two Left feet t-shirt, and they will introduce you to people who you can enjoy the evening with.

8. Is there parking?

There is ample parking in the surrounding areas.

9. How do I get there?

Please see our location page for full maps and transport details.

10. How much does it cost?

Each session costs £3 per person. At times, we hold free events which you will be told about in advance.

11. Is it suitable for experienced dancers?

Two Left Feet sessions are all about having fun and socialising. A different dance is taught each week and therefore there will be something new for everyone.

If you are a dance teacher and are interested in teaching for us, please get in contact.

12.  How can I get more involved?

There are plenty of opportunities for people to get involved, for further information click here.

13. Is there wheelchair access?

Yes, there is wheelchair access to the building, and there are plenty of volunteers available to assist anyone who would like support.