Andrew and Clare

Andrew Davies and Clare Rushby

Andrew and Clare

Andrew Davies and Clare Rushby. Andrew started dancing in Classical Sequence when he was 8 years old. He went straight into the open competitive circuit, and won every major title in his juvenile and junior career. Having qualified with the UKA, he now teaches full time in many styles of dance and fitness at Burroughs Dance Centre, based in Weston-super-Mare.

Clare Started ballet and tap when she was 4 years old. Over the first few years of her dancing life, she branched out into other styles, competed in medallist competitions and later had the opportunity to compete in the open competitive Classical Sequence circuit as a juvenile and junior. 

She was a British juvenile championship runner up, and was a junior finalist. Since leaving school, Clare has worked as a full time fitness instructor within her family’s business. Recently qualifying with the UKA, she teaches at Rushby Dance and Fitness in many styles of fitness and dance.

Andrew and Clare’s partnership formed in May 2014, soon winning their first inventive competition with Rumba Gold and later the Gondolier Gavotte, which won at the Blackpool Dance Festival competition.