Dance Studios for Hire in Liverpool

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Top Dance Studios in Liverpool

On the hunt for a dance studio in which you can host a class, a show or even a party? Whatever your need, there is a wealth of choices in this northwest city. We promise that you’ll be dancing your feet off in no time. See all of the studios that Liverpool has to offer from your classic ballet studios to large gymnasiums for classes. Discover the best dance studios that Liverpool has to offer on Tagvenue, pick your favourite and book straight away!

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Dance Studios Hire Guide

Situated right where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea, Liverpool is well- known as a lively city with an energetic artistic scene. As you search for options, enjoy discovering numerous dance studios across the city in areas such as the Georgian Quarter, Chinatown, Ropewalks and even on the waterfront. Plan your hire in a blank canvas studio or in a fully fit-out space with mirrors, simply pick the place that suits you best!

Dance Studios in Liverpool FAQ

How much does it cost to hire a dance studio in Liverpool?

Final rates for hiring a dance studio in the city will vary depending on the location and type of studio. However, hire fees can be found for approximately £600 per session and per hour hire will range from £8 to £35 per hour. If you are looking to save a bit, be sure to check out hire opportunities at different times, daytime hire is likely to be cheaper than sessions after 6 pm. You can also save by booking your sessions at least a week in advance or by hiring the space for multiple dates all at once. (All data from Tagvenue.com).

Where in Liverpool can I find the best dance studios?

Start your hunt for a dance studio in Liverpool’s busy city centre. It’s easy to find appropriate and easily accessible spaces in the city’s cultural heart. Discover great deals in studios such as Scale Liverpool on Kempston Street or Jelli Studios on Edge Lane. Other great areas for dance studios are picturesque Merseyside, featuring the non-profit MDI Dance Initiative, and northern areas such as Dance Academy in Kirkdale and Dance Passion on Liston Street in Walton.

What equipment should a dance studio have?

Your dance studio floor should be slip-resistant and should optimally feature a sprung floor that is suitable for lots of activity. You will also need a sound system and perhaps even a microphone. Of course, mirrors and a barre are standard for dance studio spaces, but make sure to confirm their availability ahead of time if they will be needed for your event. Generally, it is always best practice to request current pictures of the space before finalising your booking.

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