Tap dance has a long tradition of bringing people together through rhythm.

 Tap Rhythm Project is a not-for-profit social enterprise. We hold Tap Dance activities and events, and provide a forum for people to develop, discuss and share ideas and research, and access information about Tap Dance in the UK.

 Our activities range from regular classes to tap jams, talks, film screenings and workshops with tap masters from all over the world combining creativity, fitness and cultural heritage. We aim to make tap dance activities accessible to communities and create opportunities for beginners to professionals to learn, perform, and share ideas.

We deliver performances that bring tap dance and live music together to showcase the talents of leading UK tap performers. 

Find out more about what we can offer here.

Our Aims and Objectives:

Community Participation

Our aim is to create opportunities for local communities to experience Tap Dancing, working to support and build the community locally, nationally and internationally.


Tap Rhythm Project creates professional training and performance opportunities for its members, encouraging a new generation of Tap Dance teachers and performers.

Raising awareness

Tap Rhythm Project aims to increase public awareness of the rich cultural history of tap dance as an African American art form and celebrate the achievements of the original Hoofers and Tap Masters past and present.