Freestyles are held at the following venues. You can purchase tickets in advance on our Buy Tickets Page !
The Edgar Hall in Somerton. It has an amazing sprung wooden dance floor, a capacity of over 140 people dancing, air-conditioning, a massive car park and the friendliest of atmospheres of any venue. There are lots of comfortable seating areas, as well as a large bar area just off the dance floor, which is fully licenced.
The New Digby Hall in Sherborne. This hall was refurbished in 2019, spending over half a million pounds on it upgrade. It has a massive wooden sprung dance floor, it’s own sound system, a large bar area and two smaller halls, just off the main hall. It has air-conditioning, its own sound system and intimate lighting. There’s also a large carpark outside the hall area.
Norton village hall has a fabulous wooden dance floor and plenty of room for freestyle dances. It has it’s own music system, with a loop for people who are hard of hearing. There is an anti room where we serve refreshments and a large kitchen. In the summer there is a large decking area where you can sit and relax or just take in the scenery. Lots of free parking right outside of the hall.
Wessex Hotel, Street. The hotel contains the most amazing ballroom. The dance floor is surrounded by seating, with a large attached bar area. There’s also a room downstairs that can accommodate a separate area for alternative blues and expressive music.
Westland Leisure Centre. We have used this in the past for charity dances. This has a beautiful sprung wooden dance floor, its own sound system, air conditioning, brilliant lighting, a large bar area and various break out areas to sit and chat.
Davis Hall at West Camel. A gem of a venue, situated off the A303 between Sparkford and the Podimore Roundabout. Has a very large sprung maple dance floor, a large stage, independent lighting and it’s own dance floor. It has an anti room for refreshments and plenty of free parking. This venue is well worth a visit.