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BRING THE EXCITEMENT OF THE VINTAGE WORLD TO LIFE

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Check out our classes in Mt Lawley and Wembley!

Hire Swingtopia dancers to bring energy and fun to your event!

Want something a little different? Make your first dance extra fun!

The best way to learn is to take a private

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ABOUT US

The Swingtopia Dance Company performs vintage swing dancing shows for all kinds of events and runs weekly classes where you can learn to dance!

Putting on an event?  The Swingtopia Dance Crew will don their vintage threads and add that vintage vibe to your ball or party, festival or wedding.

Through our adult dance lessons you can learn the original partnered swing dances from the 20s, 30s and 40s.  Experience the different styles, from Lindy Hop, Balboa, and Boogie Woogie to solo Jazz and the iconic roaring 20s Charleston.

 

Based in Perth, Swingtopia Dance has two nights of swing dancing classes, with studios upstairs at the beautiful Wembley Hotel, and on Beaufort St in Mt Lawley.  You can do group classes, or private lessons where you get 1 on 1 dance instruction with the teacher.

Each level is run in 4-week courses, but casual drop-ins are also accepted.  The beginner courses give you a crash course in the basics you need to get out on the dance floor, while the Intermediate courses give you solid grounding for taking your dancing further.  If you're FIFO dropping in is the way to go.

Swingtopia offers its students online membership which gives you access to video material to help you out on your dance journey!

"It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing."
 ~ Duke Ellington, Swing Orchestra Leader and Composer

Phone 0451i911i874

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Photos courtesy of Keith Watts and Samantha Tsang