MEGAN’S ACADEMY OF DANCEDance Teacher and Studio Owner

The MADhouse taunton is a friendly local venue, based in Galmington, Taunton, which hosts two studios which are used for dance classes and various functions. We are currently in the process of applying for a bar licence to be able to offer this alongside our private functions. We have an excellent chef and our own commercial kitchen. We offer a Barista style coffee and table service as well as a place for children to play. Our dance classes are some of the best around the South West with the team coming 3rd Nationally in two events in 2019 and 2020.

Popular FAQ's

In the long run yes, we are taking it one step at a time.

Yes we do, we can offer many different packages and have various resources to keep costs down for you.

Yes we cater for all ages at The MADhouse.

Unfortunately not, due to the nature of the business we do have a strict policy against bringing dogs into the building.

Yes of course! We have extremely strict policies on cleaniness,

Anyone can dance, some just take a little more encouragement than others! check out our timetable on our website for more information on our classes.

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