Sevillanas Intensive Course

Sevillanas  Intensive Course 

Get ready for the Feria season!

This intensive course designed for those wishing to learn sevillanas. No experience required although we advice complete beginners to attend the general flamenco weekly class prior to the intensive sevillanas course to learn basic hand movements, footwork and turns.

Please note all lessons will be held at The Place except for Saturday 10th February that will be held at Jubilee Hall (see below)


Weekend 1: First and Second coplas 

Saturday 20th April 2-4pm at Jubilee Hall Gym , Studio 2 , Covent Garden

Sunday 21st April 2-4pm at The Place ,Studio 5, Euston/Kings Cross

Weekend 2 : Third and Fourth coplas 

Venue: Studio 7, The Place, Euston/Kings Cross 

Saturday 27th April 12.30-2.30pm

Sunday 28th April 12-2pm


Full course (both weekends) £150 if booked by 15th April /£170 after

Price per weekend 

Early bird £75 if booked by 5th April / £90 after

Saturday only £50 / Sunday only £50 

How to book: email us at

There will be a review lesson where we will cover the  4 coplas on Saturday 18th May  in Covent Garden open to all those wishing to refresh the sevillanas dance 2-4pm . Fee £35 for 2 hours lesson (£30 for those attending the full intensive course)

and a Sevillanas Club for those wishing to dance Sevillanas to live music on Sunday 3rd March (time and venue to be confirmed)

Future workshops and courses
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What are sevillanas?

Sevillanas are the traditional music and dance from the city of Sevilla, their vivid style is full of turns. Sevillanas are formed by four coplas or parts  and follow a prescribed choreograph; they are danced in pairs that can be of any gender and age. In Southern Spain they are taught in many schools. With their roots in the Castilian seguidillas they were influenced by flamenco in the XIX century and have since become the quintessential dance of every Southern fiesta. You will see partygoers at Spanish ferias and weddings perform sevillanas with much flair and, despite very few of them having any professional dance education, this is really the essence of sevillanas: they are the dance of the people.