Song and Dance Studios is located on College Street, Baldoyle. You might know our building as the old Sorting Office. See our contact details and get directions here
There is on-street parking in the surrounding areas. Please avoid driving down College Street to prevent congestion. The turning circle is for drop-off only. No parking is permitted. If your child needs to be accompanied to the front door of the studio, please park your car on the road and walk in with them. Parents and guardians are asked to respect our neighbours’ access and the rules of the road when parking your car.
Parents and guardians are not permitted in the studio during class. Parents are welcome to wait in the reception, where tea and coffee are available. Please note: only class participants are allowed on the premises for the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic. Find out more here.
Payment is by term. Our terms are typically short: 6-8 weeks, following the school holidays. However, we don’t wish to create financial barriers for students, so we’re always happy to work out an arrangement with families. Give us a call on 0851465033.
We don’t offer trial classes. Try it for a term – we think you’ll like it!
All students are required to wear the Song and Dance t-shirt to class. These are available here or at your first class. Students should wear leggings or tracksuit bottoms and runners or dance shoes to class.
Card payments are preferable. Booking is through our website.
All of our children’s classes are graded by age. To be eligible for a class, children must have reached the minimum age for that class by 31st December, e.g. a 6 year old who will be 7 by the end of that calendar year may join the 7-8 age group in September, providing there is a space available. However, for insurance purposes, children must have reached their 3rd birthday before they can start classes. Children are not permitted to change age groups during the course of the academic year.
Traditionally, Song and Dance holds two annual performances: the Drama Festival during the February midterm break, and Showtime over the May Bank Holiday. All eligible students are encouraged to take part, but it is not mandatory.