52nd Street Jump - Swing Dance in Lincolnshire

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Teaching Lindy Hop, Jitterbug and Jive in Lincolnshire and beyond

Welcome to 52nd Street Jump. We teach Lindy Hop, the original jive dance, at our classes in Lincoln and Louth, Lincolnshire.


Why not join us and learn this fantastic swing dance while enjoying music from the 30’s to the 50’s?


Your fist steps can be mastered quickly and you’ll soon be enjoying the dance known by many in the 1940’s as Jitterbug.  


And that’s just the beginning: You can enjoy mastering all the steps and styling that Lindy Hop has to offer as well as learning other dances such as Balboa.


We hope that you’ll find everything you need here on our website but, if you have any questions, feel free to drop us an email at info@52ndstreetjump.co.uk or give us a call on 01507 463130.


We look forward to welcoming you onto the dance floor!


Caron and Steve

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Here is our calendar of events for the next few weeks. Click on the event name for more details.  For more upcoming events, check out our calendar.

Fun classes

No partner required

Clear instruction

Suitable for all

Friendly atmosphere

Experienced teachers

Great music

Freestyle practice

Caron and Steve Mason

Date

Event

Additional details

Thursday 17th August

Louth Lindy Hop Club

Lincoln Lindy Hop Club is closed  on the 15th August.

Tuesday 22nd August

Lincoln Lindy Hop Club


Thursday 24th August

Louth Lindy Hop Club


Sunday 27th August

North Thoresby 1940s Weekend

Free dancing in the square Sunday and Monday.

Your friendliness, skill and attention to detail, but above all how much fun your

classes are, make you one in a million.

Well, two in a million...


Thank you for teaching me and Michael how to dance - it's amazing to have such a

good connection in Lindy as well as in life, and we have you to thank for that.


Lucy