• Frequently Asked Questions

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    1. How much are classes?

    We understand that dancing can be an expensive activity and we aim to do everything we can to minimise the costs involved. Affordability is important to us.  Dancehouse has always been known for offering a high-quality dance education at a reasonable price. Parents are able to choose how many classes per week that they would like their child to participate in, offering them control over the costs. Please note; our class fees are inclusive, so there’s no extra charge for concert costumes.  For our full price list visit the Dance Classes page for the required age group

    2. What ages to you cater to?

    Our youngest pre-schooler classes start from age 2.  We have various classes available for boys and girls ages 2 to late teens.  It’s always a good time for children to start dancing - it’s never too late.  We have classes for beginners right through to through advanced.

    3. How do I register?

    You can enrol quickly and easily online through our website www.dancehouse.net.au/enrol/ or you can visit our studio at 56 Cheviot Street, Smithfield and speak to one of our friendly team, they will be able to help you find the perfect classes for your child and set up a new enrolment.  

    4. Can I book a trial class?

    The first step is to book a Meet and Greet so you can come to the studio have a look around, meet your teacher and ask any questions you have  Book a "Meet & Greet"   Trial classes can then be booked for $15 for 30 minute or 45 minute classes and $20 for the longer classes.

    Are classes on this week?

    Regular classes run in school terms based on the Queensland school calendar. We have a full calendar of term dates and public holidays on our website here www.dancehouse.net.au/calendar/    

    6. When is the concert?

    This year's performance of Thumbelina will be filmed in mid Novemeber and will be shown on the big screen at the Smithfield Cinemas.