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80’s flashmob dance

Byron, Bangalow & Burleigh Heads

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Welcome to the dancetastic world of The Cassettes: Australia’s original Flashmob Dance Company and 80s Dance Classes in Byron Bay, Bangalow and Burleigh Heads.

The Cassettes funny, professional and unique 80s Dance Classes, Workshops and Flashmobs have been running strong for five years.  Catering for beginner to advanced adult dancers, Cassette Classes include Hip Hop, Jazz and Contemporary dance styles, and our own kooky brand of comedy theatre.

Known for it’s inclusion, sense of connection, humour and liberation, The Cassettes is Directed by Marissa Treichel.

Cassettes Contemporary – Byron Bay – Tuesday – 3 week block

  • I’m having a blast.

  • I loved the (Cassettes Contemporary) class today!  It was so invigorating and exciting.  Please do more again soon!

  • Thanks for such an amazing class Marissa.  Your classes feel like flying.

  • I just love The Cassettes dance classes.  They are part self-help; part dance; part entertainment.  A complete mind, body and soul experience that has me laughing the whole way through!

  • Thanks again for the workshop.  My girl gang are all mad about you now.  Marissa you are SO GOOD at what you do!

  • I’m so happy to have found The Cassettes, and can’t wait to have more fun on the dance floor this Tuesday.  I start smiling as soon as I think about the class!!

  • I LOVE my job!

  • I love my Mix Tape dance class: the music and moves are fun and upbeat, just like our teacher Deb!  I love the fact that I’m getting exercise, while doing something that I love.

  • You’ve created such a safe and welcoming environment in Mix Tapes.  I’ve tried a lot of classes over the years, and you do a really amazing job of keeping the judgement and cliques at bay.  It really is a point of difference.  Thank you.  The Mix Tape end of term show was so much fun last week: both my boys put their rainbow shirts on the next day!
  • Jun 19, 2018

    How to stop violence against women

    22 year old emerging artist, Eurydice Dixon was raped and killed walking home from a gig last Tuesday night in North Carlton, Melbourne.  19-year-old Jaymes Todd, a stranger to Dixon, turned himself in the next day. A few hours before her death, Eurydice had performed a comedy routine in a cozy pub nearby, which explored (of…

  • May 1, 2018

    An inkling of who we are

    When we arrive on earth, we are provided with no map for our life journey.  Only gradually as our identity forms, and we get an inkling of who we are, do possibilities begin to emerge that really call us. – John O’Donohue I was 19 years old and gazing down the hallway into a square…

  • Apr 4, 2018

    Hairography will one day be a recognised sport

    Opening Ceremony Dancers! Whether from the grandstand or your couch (ahem), watching the Opening Ceremony of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games tonight will be an absolute treat. Keep your eyes peeled in the final act, 10-11pm, for Cassette dancers past and present.  They’ve been 1. Rehearsing and 2. Not revealing anything about the Ceremony choreography,…

  • Feb 9, 2018

    A Rhythm Nation

    We are like-minded individuals Sharing a common vision…. We are a part of a rhythm nation – Janet Jackson, Rhythm Nation, 1989 Jackson wanted to create the feeling of a “nation” founded on positivity, inclusion and dancing.  According to Los Angeles Times, she was inspired by the hub of upbeat dancers in New York clubs at…

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