West Coast Swing Cambridge

West Coast Swing Cambridge, Girton, on Tuesdays. A temporary class format is in place offering a Solo and Fixed couples class. Our Cambridge group consist of members from across Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Northamptonshire and often International WCS dancers studying or visiting will stop by.

We’re planing to reopen this class from 1st September.  For the near future we’re going to be operating 4 week courses that need to be booked in advance.  There will also be a few changes to the schedule class set up and and limited numbers for the evening.

You are welcome to join WCS Cambridge at any time. The William Collyn centre is a brand new build with spacious sprung dance floor, high ceilings with lots of light. Private parking and awesome facilities. Flat/low heeled, smooth soled shoes are ideal and we offer Tea/coffee in the breaks.

West Coast Swing Cambridge Times

8pm | Solo Class
8.45pm | Break
9 | WCS Class | Fixed partner (Dancers without partners are welcomed to shadow dance to join the class)
9.45pm | Hangout until 10.15pm Social dancing limited to 5 couples at a time


£42 per month per person
(Platinum and Gold members that would like to join the temporary arrangements can have cost deducted from credit.)


William Collyn Centre, 9 Wellbrook Way, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0FW


William Collyn Centre, 9 Wellbrook Way, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0FW.

Weekly Classes & Beginner Courses

Cambridge Tuesdays


Weekly Classes & Beginner Courses

Cambridge Tuesday | Beginner Course


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WCS Cambridge Group

Mary Pearson has been right at the heart of WCS Cambridge for the last 10 years or more whilst the group was meeting for freestyle practice and beginner classes.  In 2017 Mary and Phil invited EastonSwing to take over the group to allow them less responsibility in retirement. Mary and Phil are still often in attendance at classes when not travelling.