Team Building

For  a London Team Building event with a difference - look no further than Dartmouth House, which will ensure all your staff are dancing to the same tune...

Dartmouth House is please to announce the arrival of "Strictly Come Team Building".

With today's demands and stresses on employees, it's becoming more challenging to keep staff motivated and engaged without breaking the bank. One of the quickest and easiest ways to re-energise your staff is through physical activity, together as a team. We provide just that – fun lively dance events which pull the team closer together and boost motivation.

We welcome outright beginners and those who think they have two left feet and no sense of rhythm.

Why Latin Dance?

  • It's an instant ice-breaker, employees rotate partners every few minutes and interact with the entire team
  • Contact is only finger-tip to finger-tip (open hold), which builds trust and team-work amongst staff. The dance is led-and-followed rather than choreographed, developing effective leadership and listening skills.
  • We can show you steps from this season’s 'Strictly Come Dancing', guaranteeing the broadest buy-in from staff and skills to impress their friends or partner with.
  • “Sounds good, but I’ve got two left feet”. Those who are shy of dancing actually enjoy it the most. We have professional dancers on tap to help boost their confidence, and make your employees look and feel incredible. (Male and female dancers, so no need to worry about the gender split). We give your team the opportunity to learn to dance in a fun relaxed environment. The original Ballroom of Dartmouth House will be used for your team building exercise with its wooden sprung floor it is the most ideal room for this purpose.

Please download our brochure for full details and timings.


Why not make the most out of your Team Building event, by also hosting a conference, important meeting or banquet to fully celebrate the day's experience and ensure everyone who attends remembers the event for a long time to come.