2-4 February 2018


Five streams including 3 levels of lindy and a followers stream for your dancing pleasure! Bachelor of Swing, Masters of Swing, Two Doctorates of Swing, and Masters of Following.


We’ll be offering tasters, lectures, film screenings. Be on the lookout for Highland Fling, Shag, a lecture on the Anatomy of Swing and more!


Three competitions: Bachelor’s Jack’n’Jill (for those who have been dancing one year or less), Post-Bac open Jack’n’Jill, and Solo Jazz

Tuition Fees


Full Pass


Student & EUSDS member Price


Opens 12 November 2017 at 12:00 pm


Commemorative T-shirts will be available

Teaching Staff


Bachelor of Swing (BSwi) - Improvers 
After one to two semesters, you’ve earned your GSCE in dancing. You have obtained the basic concepts (such as footwork) taught in beginners, though still need to fine-tune these basics. You can now continue their learning of the same topics by working with slightly more challenging material. (more info)

Master of Swing (MSwi) - Intermediates 
You’re a year or three (or more!) into your dance studies and you want to to know what to do make yourself a star on the social dance floor. You are comfortable with, but working to fine-tune more advanced capabilities, such as body movement, connection with a partner and more advanced rhythms.(more info)

Post-honours Doctor of Swing (DSwi)  - Two Advanced Streams
You put the work in for all the relevant years, have graduated, and are now seeking to explore the particulars of what makes Swing Dancing so tremendously enjoyable. Dancing comfortably with a partner is second nature for you now. You have done the advanced stream at other camps, and felt challenged, but not overwhelmed. You are one of the top dancers in not just your scene, but when you go visit other scenes as well.(more info)

Masters of Following - Multi-level
For those who want to spruce up their following (this will be a mixed gender class). A special intensive track focusing on variations, posture, swivels, arms, and upping your following game: no lead required.(more info)