Studio FAQs

Book in-studio classes up to 21 days in advance. Visit the Timetable page for more information. Read the latest Coronavirus (COVID-19) dance studio rules and guidelines HERE or type 'Covid' in the 'Help' button on any page on this site, bottom right, and press the 'Enter' key.


Studio classes at Pineapple must be booked and paid in advance. All studio classes require advance booking via the pineapple LIVE app or Pineapple website - select “in studio classes” timetable. 

Download the Pineapple LIVE app and BOOK now! Studio and LIVE dance classes are available to book up to 21 days in advance.

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From Thursday 24 September 2020, face coverings must be worn at all times inside the studio building, except during class. Wear whatever clothing you feel most comfortable in. It is important to keep in mind that in some genres of dance e.g ballet to wear clothes that allow the teacher to see the body so that correction to your form may be made. There are no changing facilities available in the studio building. Please arrive dressed for class. Please bring all of your belongings into the studio with you and place in allocated areas. Footwear: No outdoor shoes in ballet studios. Please come prepared to remove your outdoor shoes at the door of your allocated studios.

Pineapple is a membership club and we aim to make it as easy as possible for you to take a class with us. A membership fee is included in the price of every class. Visit the Membership page for more details.

Booking and payment via is required for all classes the Pineapple LIVE app or via the Pineapple website.

Visit Pineapple Dance Studios at 7 Langley Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JA. Please click here for more travel information. The studios are a 30 second walk from Covent Garden tube station.

For up-to-date studio opening hours, please click here.

This class is for advanced students, those in full time dance training and professional dancers.
Two or more years of taking class, including familiarity with various techniques, terminology, and ability to follow choreography.
Two years experience and basic knowledge of terminology is necessary.
Assumes little, no recent or no prior dance training in the specified dance style. Note - some beginner classes are a lot more fast-paced than others.
Open to all levels but absolute beginners may struggle. Varied levels will be taking part.

Each of our 250+ classes are unique and these levels are as a guide only. If you would like information on individual classes, please ask our receptionists at the studio or call +44 (0)20 7836 4004.

Changing & showers: There are no changing facilities available in the studio building. Studio toilets are strictly for their intended purposes only and are not to be used as changing rooms. The café and first floor café area is currently closed.

The café and first floor café area is currently closed. 

Classes are predominantly aimed at adults, with the exception of Under-12s Street Dance and Under-13s Tumbling. Under-16s are welcome in many of the timetabled classes at Pineapple (level permitting) as long as they have parental/guardian consent and are happy to attend class with adults of all ages.

Children aged 13-15 can attend all BEGINNER-level classes with the exception of Pole Dance and Heels classes.

If the child is under 16 years old and would like to attend a non-beginner class, please call reception on +44 (0)20 7836 4004 and we will advise which classes would be suitable for the child’s age and ability.

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Pineapple Studios was founded by former model Debbie Moore in 1979. She started attending dance lessons to alleviate weight gain caused by hypothyroidism. Following the closure of her local dance studio in Covent Garden, she failed to find a suitable alternative, so decided to open her own studio in the area. She launched the very first Pineapple logo street sweats, trackpants and t-shirts which were the start of her much acclaimed, global best-selling 'Pineapple' streetwear range.