Line dancing

We were established in 1997 (26 years ago) and pride ourselves in offering both modern and traditional styles of Line dancing, with a qualified instructor.

Whether you're a complete novice, a beginner, an improver, or an intermediate, we look to welcome you to our only venue - Romford United Services Club (the RUSSC) - at any time.

* To find out how to get into our car park please click here. *

If you're an absolute beginner - or you've not been for a while - you may find it beneficial to join us from 7:00 ~ 7:30 pm on a Monday. This is when we break down the basic steps we use in Line dancing. It's a unique opportunity to learn these steps at a slower pace, and for others to warm up. We then step it up as the night progresses.

We probably have the most comfortable venue in the area, as the RUSSC has been recently refurbished. There's a sprung dance floor (kind to your 'heels & toes'), air conditioning in the summer and central heating in the winter.

Our flyers are clickable and open in new windows.

To find out more about our classes on Mondays; please visit our Line dancing page.

If you've never Line danced before and have preconceptions about it - then the short video below should help dispel the myths!


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Castaways sadly closed its doors for the final time to the public on Friday 13 July 2012. Hills & Paul are proud to have been their principal resident hosts and DJs for more than four years. We will be keeping the memory alive with our own Castaways page, which showcases photographs from the final weekend. Visit our Castaways page to view some great memories.

Site updated: Friday, 17 May 2024