Welcome to Mr Dickie Bow’s – Jive

Mr Dickie Bows

Jive dance classes in Essex

Welcome to Mr Dickie Bows

Tony and Rose Bowers dance instructors of Retro style dance. Many years of dancing experience, covering a wide variety of retro dance genres. They are both passionate about everything retro from cars to clothes.

The classes at Mr Dickie Bow’s are aimed at beginners who benefit from clearly structure delivery of moves and small sequences to get you out on the dance floor. You do not need to have any previous dancing experience.  They start with the basics and gradually build up until you start developing your own unique style for 50’s Rock and Roll style dancing and 1940’s jive Swing.  No partner required friendly integration developed if desired.

Jive Lessons Essex

Where are the Jive Classes?

Their 1940s style dancing – swing lessons and rock n roll lessons are in Essex  serving the local community.  Check the link for details http://mrdickiebows.co.uk/jive-classes/.  Their retro dance classes include 1940’s style swing jive, Jitterbug, 50’s Rock n Roll Jive, Shim Sham, Collegiate Shag, Strolls including The Madison,  and enough Social Dancing such as a Social Foxtrot for getting round the floor at a 1940’s event. Mr Dickie Bow’s can offer small group bookings & workshop classes. Please click our links for more information. Enjoy the gallery of photo’s and click on the links to other interesting sites.

Demonstration Team Available

We specialise in Jive – Swing Jive from the 1940’s and Authentic 1950s Rock n Roll

Our dancers will be dressed to reflect the period of your choice.

So whether it’s for:

We are PRS licensed, fully insured and DBS checked We can provide all of the above to hire Mr Dickie Bows School of Retro Dance contact us on our website contact page.

Foundation for Community Dance

Community Counts

Mr Dickie Bows is affiliated to the Foundation for Community Dance.   It is the belief of Federation that dance can transform the lives of individuals and communities; Mr Dickie Bows is committed to their belief of “dancing for all” regardless of age culture or ethnic background.

Rose & Tony