Central School Of Ballet

Timetable and Term Dates - Sundays


  • There will be no classes on the August Bank Holiday Weekend, from Friday 25 August to Monday 28 August.
  • Pilates classes have now paused for summer, and will begin again on 4 September, at 7.20pm on Monday evenings.
  • David Kierce's Absolute Beginner Classes on Tuesday evenings will no longer be taking place.
  • There will be a price increase to £10/class from the week beginning 7 August.
  • Sunday Contemporary classes are now taught by Korina Tsipoura.

Please note that teachers sometimes may need to arrange cover for their classes and we are not always able to publish this.

All classes take place at Central School of Ballet, 10 Herbal Hill, Clerkenwell Road EC1R 5EG. The nearest tube stations are Farringdon and Chancery Lane. Buses 243 and 55 stop right outside.


Margriet Kim Nguyen is a contemporary dance artist, trained in the Netherlands and retrieved her Masters at The Place, London Contemporary Dance School. She performs internationally, choreographs and facilitates dance and yoga workshops in and around London. Her classes consist of release technique, improvisation exercises, yoga elements and floor work to create a responsive body to communicate. Working with gravity to find a natural way of moving, guided by the breath. Developing spatial awareness, musical precision and spinal-awareness are central elements. You also develop your own movement vocabulary through a guided improvisation, creating a poetic language. This class is suitable for everyone who enjoys moving and dancing in a group.

Jean-Pascal Cabardos
12.00-1.30pmIntermediate/Advanced Ballet (no pointe)
1.45-3.15pmElementary Ballet
3.30-4.30pmPointe Class
(You must attend ballet class on the same day)

Korina Tsipoura
11.00-12.30pmContemporary Dance (All Levels)

David Kierce
11.00-12.30pmAbsolute Beginner Ballet
12.30-2.00pmBeginner/Improver Ballet
2.00-3.30pmBeginner Improver Plus

Renato Paroni
3.15- 4.45pmBeginner/General Ballet

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