Last Friday Lucas was invited* to a Lil Beatz class. Lil Beatz classes run in Southport and Blackpool, although I can see expansion coming very soon! We attended the class at Jollies Barn which is in Mere Brow, close to Southport. Jollies Barn is a soft play area so as well as getting the class, you can also play before and after the class included in the class price which is incredible value! There is also a cafe if you need any refreshments or a coffee while the children play.


Lil Beatz dance class review Lucas stood next to a banner saying 3 class trial for £10


Lil Beatz are toddler dance classes with an urban twist. The children have fun busting moves to the freshest new sounds of Lil Beatz from Hip Hop to Reggae, Dancehall to RnB.


Lil Beatz dance class review Lucas sat with arms in air holding wooden sticks. In front of him is a yellow pad


The class Lucas attended was taught by Vicci who is also the founder and creative director of Lil Beatz. Vicci has been dancing since she was 2 years old and after 18 years of classical training, she ventured into a new world of Hip Hop & Street dance, where she found her true passion. She travelled the world experiencing the new age of street and gaining more experience along the way. After teaching street dance for 11 years, she decided to set up toddler classes.


Lil Beatz dance class review


They have separated the classes according to age, there is Lil Boppers for age 2-3, Lil Hip Hoppers for age 3-4 and Lil Top Rockers for age 4-6. I really like that they have done to so the children are all around the same ability and it’s a great chance to make some new friends.


Lil Beatz dance class review


Lucas really enjoyed the class, the moves where easy for him to learn and the music made the children very enthusiastic. It was lovely to watch the children’s confidence grow throughout the class and at the end they were all given a sticker to say well done.



Lil Beatz dance class review. Street dance classes for 2-6 year olds in Southport and Blackpool #Lancashire


11 Comments on Lil Beatz dance class Southport review

  1. This is a great idea, it’s fun and enjoyable without the added pressure of we have to do this. I think Imogen would love these if her love of music carries on for the next year.

  2. Now this is cool! My two are far too old now for these classes. but my 10 year old son bops his way around the house all the time … I wish he’d let me arrange a class for him to join!

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