Train With The College of Dance at our Summer Dance Course


Our Summer intensive course, in conjunction with the Young Performers Academy, will be taking place on the 17th to the 21st August 2020. This fun and exciting week-long summer intensive is open to all students. Previous dance experience is desirable but classes will cater for both new and seasoned dancers. There will be classes in Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Hip-Hop, Tap and Commercial.

Places on our Summer Intensive course are limited so early booking is essential to avoid disappointment. Register your interest by completing the form and the College administrator will contact you. Alternatively, download the application form and send this back to us. Students booking early will be given priority.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the College of Dance on 086 803 9739 or email

Summer Intensive Registration Form

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College of Dance Intensive Courses


Our week-long Summer intensive course, taking place from the 17th to the 21st August 2020, will be at The College of Dance, St. Catherine’s Sports Centre, Marrowbone Lane, Dublin, D08 W5WC.

Over the week there will be classes in Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Hip-Hip, Tap and Commercial. Each day starts at 10am and will run until 5pm.

The focus of the Summer intensive is for students to improve their technique and performance skills in an inclusive and friendly atmosphere. Students will enjoy this week regardless of their previous dance training or ability. The Summer Intensive is designed for students from 12 years old to young adults. This fantastic week of dance is not to be missed so we strongly recommend booking in early.

THE 2020 SUMMER INTENSIVE - 17th - 21st AUGUST 2020









The cost of the week-long Summer Intensive is €250. Due to COVID-19 restrictions places are incredibly limited. All bookings are on a first come first reserved basis. No booking will be reserved without payment in full. Payments can be made by bank transfer to the College of Dance. Please contact the College for details.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the College of Dance on 086 803 9739 or email

College of Dance Intensive Courses


Due to the nature of the Summer Intensive previous dance experience is desirable. The program is designed for dancers from 12 years to young adults. This program runs for five days commencing at 10am to 5pm daily. We may accept slightly younger dancers with relevant experience, if in doubt please contact the college.

For all questions please do not hesitate to contact Beatrice Lyons on 086 8039 739 or email

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What should I wear?

Students should bring appropriate dance clothing for each genre if they have it. If not, loose and comfortable clothing is fine. In terms of shoes, then if you own appropriate dance shoes for each style then bring these. If not then a good pair of comfortable trainers is acceptable. There is no need to bring Ballet pointe shoes.

What else should I bring with me?

Students should bring a drink, some snacks and lunch with them.

What is ages is the Summer Intensive suitable for?

The Summer Intensive is designed for students from 12 years of age to young adults.

Summer Intensive COVID-19 Policy

The global pandemic COVID-19 has affected all business and the College of Dance is no exception. We take the safe management of our students & teachers incredibly seriously. Every student attanding the College of Dance must comply with the College of Dance & St. Catherine’s Community Sports Centre COVID-19 policies. More information about the College’s COVID-19 policieis can be found HERE

How do I get to the College of Dance

The College of Dance is based in St. Catherine’s Sports Centre, Marrowbone Lane, Dublin, D08 W5WC. The building host a brand new purpose-built studio, a full gym, changing rooms with showers, secure student lockers and lecture rooms. The building is very safe and secure with St. Catherine’s staff always on duty.

Car: There is no car park but on-street parking in the local area.
Luas: The closest Luas stop is Fatima which is on the red Luas line. From this stop, it’s about a 5 minute walk.
Bus: The following buses have stops which are about 5 to 10 mins walk from the College of Dance – 27, 56a, 77-N, 77a, 77x & 151 (The Coombe / Marion Villas Stop). 13, 40, 68x & 123 (Kilmainham / Ewington Lane Stop).

How do I book a place?

The easiest option is to download a Summer Intensive application form from one of the links above. Complete the form and email a scanned / photographed copy to The College administrator will contact you once we receive the completed form and provide details on how to make payment.

How do I pay for the Summer Intensive?

All bookings are only confirmed once payment is made in full. Payment should be made into the College bank account. Details will be given once completed applications have been receieved.

What's your cancellation policy?

All fees paid are non-refundable and non-transferable.




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