Central School Of Ballet

Timetable - Central Nights


Central’s Herbal Hill studios are now open for the purposes of training undergraduate and postgraduate degree students.

Central Nights will continue through the individual classes run by tutors themselves online, find out more on the 'Course Outline' page.

Evening classes take place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and daytime classes take place on Sundays. Classes run throughout the year unless otherwise advised. The classes cost £10 each and there is no membership fee.

Check the News section for updated information.

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.

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

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7.00-8.30pmBallet (Beginner Improver) with David Kierce
7.00-8.30pmBallet (Intermediate/Advanced) with Lorien Slaughter
7.15-8.45pmContemporary (General) with Stephen Pelton

7.15-8.45pmBallet (General) with Renato Paroni
7.00-8.30pmBallet (Intermediate/Advanced) with Denzil Bailey
7.30-8.45pmContemporary Jazz (General) with Clarisse Roud
7.15-8.45pmContemporary (General) with Nicky Ellis

7.00-8.30pmBallet (Intermediate/General) with Raymond Chai
7.00-8.45pmBallet (Beginner/General) with Nandita Shankardass
7.00-8.30pmBallet (Beginner/Improver) with David Kierce

7.00-8.45pmBallet (Beginner/General) with Nina Thilas-Mohs
7.00-8.45pmContemporary African (Open) with Francis Angol
7.00-8.30pmAbsolute Beginner Ballet with David Kierce

7.00-8.30pmContemporary (General) with Stephen Pelton
7.00-8.30pmBallet (Elementary/General)with Nina Thilas-Mohs
7.00-8.30pmBallet Beginner with Hannah Frost
7.00-8.30pmBallet (Elem/Inter)+Beginner Pointe - Michael Branwell

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