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Dance in Nottingham Whether you want to sit back and watch some of the best dancers in the business or fancy donning your own tap shoes, pay a visit to one of the many dance venues in Nottingham.

For classical ballet get along to the city’s Theatre Royal [map], which plays host to a number of national touring productions throughout the year.

Alternatively for contemporary dance, the Nottingham Playhouse [map] is the place to be, as it stages a great selection of experimental and well known dance productions.

Other theatres worth checking out if you want to watch the action include the Lakeside Arts Centre [map] and Nottingham Arts Theatre [map].

There are also a number of dance schools, where you can learn ballet, tap, modern, jazz and ballroom, to name but a few.

For traditional ballet and tap try the Lorna Leighton School of Dancing [map] in Gedling, or the Jill Gregory School of Dance [map], which also offers classes in modern, jazz, lyrical and acrobatic dance.

If you fancy learning Cuban style dancing join up for salsa lessons at Santa Fe [map] at the Cornerhouse complex in the city centre.

Other dancing schools in and around Nottingham include the Morrison School of Dancing [map] and the Midlands Academy of Dance and Drama [map].

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