In the last ten years, we have grown from a small unknown dance website to one of the biggest dance and performing art-related directories in South Africa, with more than 700 advertisers and studios listed in our directory. The dance news and dance events sections are updated weekly.

The Dance Directory Website (www.dancedirectory.co.za and www.studiodirectory.co.za) was registered ten years ago. The main purpose was to promote dance as an art form. Currently we are expanding the DanceDirectory website to promote not only musical-theatre but South African musicians as well. The DanceDirectory website is very successful and according to our statistics for 2009, DanceDirectory received 6,155,713 hits for the year. This site is also visited by browsers from 66 other countries from all over the world. We are sure that all dance schools, dance companies, dance societies and any other dance and music related businesses can only benefit from using the DanceDirectory/StudioDirectory Website as an advertising medium.

We are going from strentgh to strength. Join us!

The Dancedirectory Team

For more information on advertising rates, please contact us on:
012 998 3077 or 083 451 3466 (Pretoria H/O)
012 998 3077 or 086 550 7635 (FAX: Pretoria H/O)

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