We are back for our new term which starts from 1st September and we are enrolling for classes in Street Dance, Ballet, Tap, Modern, Singing, Acting & Musical Theatre.
We are very excited to be back and ready for a new term of exciting classes and new projects that we have in store.
Established in 1984 Makin’ Steps Performing Arts school offers a diverse range of dance classes in Harlow as well as other performance skills classes such as acting & singing. We believe that our teachers can, through their vast experience and I.S.T.D and LAMDA recognised teaching methods offer the best Dance, Singing and Acting Lesson in the Essex Area.
Our extensive range of classes include hip hop/street dance, ballet, tiny tots’ ballet, modern, tap, singing,acting/voice technique, and pas de deux, making it the biggest school in the area offering this range of classes.Lessons start from as little as £4.25 a class which guarantees you first class tuition at an amazing value for money too! Whether you want to get fit, try a new hobby, make new friends or have been inspired by all the dancing shows on TV like “Got To Dance” – our team of professional, fully qualified, insured and CRB registered teachers are here to make sure you have a fun, safe and enjoyable experience! Makin’ Steps tutors are experienced, fully qualified and CRB registered professionals who are experts in their teaching fields..
Our principle teachers have worked alongside top artists such as Kylie Minogue & Robbie Williams on TV shows such as MTV & The Brits Awards as well as choreographing for TV shows such as Top Of The Pops and Strictly Come Dancing. This experience and knowledge combined with qualifications from one of the world’s leading dance examinations boards is what sets Makin’ Steps a part from many other local schools. Proof of the high standard you will receive at Makin ’Steps is shown by the fact that many of the school’s pupils have furthered their training at professional London based colleges such as Performers, London Studio Centre and Colin’s Performing Arts, with past and present pupils engaging in professional contracts all over the world.
Twist & Pulse workshop at Makin’ Steps
7TH JAN 2014 – BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT RUNNERS UP TWIST AND PULSE WILL BE HOLDING A WORKSHOP AT MAKIN’ STEPS.
- £12.00 per class
- 5.30pm – 6.30pm Beginner/Intermediate Class
- 6.45pm – 7.45pm Advanced Class.
We have very limited spaces so book your place now by calling 01279 304937 or sending us an email to email@example.com
Please note that there is a minimum age of 7years to do the workshop.
BRIT school graduates and Britain’s Got Talent runners up Twist and Pulse have toured the UK and Ireland extensively performing to over 1,000,000 people. Most recently since their audition, they returned to our screens as mentors and choreographers of their own dance company (Twist and Pulse Dance Company). Twist (Ashley Glazebrook) and Pulse (Glen Murphy) met at The Brit School of Performing Arts & Technology.
Born and bred South Londoners, they have quickly become role models for young people around the UK today. They provide the perfect antidote to the social issues facing young people today providing purpose and motivation at difficult times. After the youth riots in the summer of 2011, Ash and Glen have become even more determined to work with young people. “We love seeing kids getting into dancing. We just want to teach them everything we know and pass on all our passion! We want to show kids that you can come from nothing and make it with hard work and a dream.”
Twist & Pulse T-shirts
Twist and pulse have a selection of t-shirt available for you to purchase, which the guys will sign for you on the night. If you would like to order any of these t-shirts, please send us an email with your size and colour options from the list below. Payment will be required in cash on the night.These t-shirts will be ready for you to collect on the 7th January 2014.
BUDDING young performers spent some of their school holidays sharpening their dance moves after taking part in a Harlow dance school’s intensive summer course.
Almost 80 youngsters ranging in age from four to 15 worked up a sweat during the week-long course run by husband-and-wife team Scott and Victoria Simpson at Makin’ Steps.
Their hard work culminated in two shows staged for friends and family at the Potter Street Community Centre.
Those taking part spent the week making friends and perfecting routines in a range of dance disciplines, including street, hip-hop, ballet, tap and modern.
Scott said he had been extremely impressed with the aptitude shown by his young pupils.
“The week was so much fun and they worked extremely hard to learn and perfect the numbers ready for the shows,” he said. “As well as learning them, they also had quick changes to contend with and for some it was the first time they had performed on stage.
“Victoria and I were so very proud of them all. They showed real professionalism and their hard work really paid off.
“It was nice to see so many smiling faces, not only on stage but in the audience, too!”