vinyl dance floors

Harlequin Reversible Pro

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Harlequin Floors

Harlequin Floors is a world-wide name in dance floors.  They specialise in sprung floors and vinyls for dance and the performing arts, as well as the entertainment industry.  Their range of vinyls - including Cascade, Studio, Standfast, Fiesta and Allegro - have been designed in close collaboration with the artistic, technical and medical worlds, making them versatile and durable.

Harlequin Cascade

Harlequin Cascade is ideal for ballet, contemporary, modern and theatrical use, as well as aerobics, zumba, hip-hop, jazz, street, salsa, percussive including flamenco, Irish and tap, concerts and operatic performances.

Harlequin Cascade still delights generations of professional dancers, artistic directors, technical and stage managers as the ultimate heavy-duty dance floor.

The silky smooth embossed surface that’s often described as giving ‘warmth’ to a performance, and provides deceptively good grip, as well as a high-quality base for lighting designers. Harlequin Cascade is specified for loose-lay or permanent installation within dance institutions, dance studios, schools, colleges and theatres and is an excellent choice as the vinyl dance surface.

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Harlequin Studio

Harlequin Studio is produced from a particularly hard-wearing vinyl and its formulation focuses on the demands of dancers. The result is a slip-resistant floor that offers dancers added confidence for demanding choreography and movement.

Harlequin Studio’s firm but lightweight foam backing provides protection against hard sub-floors and is a great choice when touring. It’s ideal for aerobics, zumba, hip-hop, jazz, street, ballet, contemporary and modern dance.

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Harlequin Reversible

Harlequin Reversible is the classic double-sided portable flooring for dance and stage. Quick to roll out and lay flat, it provides a slip-resistant dance surface. Reversible is particularly suited for touring due to ease of handling. Simply unroll across your stage or dance studio, tape the seams, and your floor is ready. Harlequin Reversible dance floor is a calendered vinyl consisting of a complex “sandwich” providing a slip resistant surface on both sides.

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Harlequin Reversible Pro

Harlequin Reversible Pro has the same features as Harlequin Reversible but with the addition of a new mineral fibre interply layer, it is now even more dimensionally stable and therefore relaxes and lays flat even quicker.

Harlequin Reversible Pro is suited to touring due to ease of handling and portability and is suitable for a wide variety of uses including ballet, contemporary, percussive dance including flamenco, Irish and tap, multi-purpose use, hip- hop, jazz, street, aerobics, zumba, concerts, display, exhibitions, television, theatres and for operatic performances.

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An exceptional quality vinyl that suits all dance styles and it is not by chance that we use it as our rental floor.  The matte non-skid finish provides the controlled slip dancers require and it is also tough enough to withstand the beating given by tap classes. The Russian Ballet toured it and immediately bought some. Extraordinarily easy to lay, it is the most forgiving vinyl we have on offer.  Also available in a 6mm thick version, called Everydance Audio.

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Broadway is a compact, reversible vinyl available in 5 different colour combinations. It can be laid and rolled many times without damage so excellent as a touring floor. The glass fibre reinforcement provides dimension stability to the vinyl.

A great permanent vinyl for schools & professional studios, it also works very well in theatres and in touring applications.
Excellent ballet floor and works equally well for all styles of dance, events, shows and theatre We have tested the vinyl for tap and have had some great results in both crispness in sound and clarity of movement.

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Rosco Adagio

Made of a very heavy-duty, slip-resistant vinyl, it is tough and durable yet supple enough for dance and performance. As it contains a mineral fibre layer, it is dimensionally stable for permanent and semi-permanent installation. Also available is the Adagio Tour, a thinner vinyl that travels well as a portable floor for touring.  You can download the Rosco catalogue here - Rosco Flooring

Tarkett Dansflor

Tarkett Dansflor is the best known ballet surface on offer in Australia today. Tarkett is one of the largest producers and distributors of resilient floorings worldwide and the word “Tarkett” is now synonymous for vinyl dance surfaces. This 100 year old company joined the ballet world as a result of an Australian intervention. In 1974 Bill Akers – then working as Production Director for the Australian Ballet – was requested by the American choreographer Glen Tetley to improve on the humidity affected Marley floor that was in use at the time. In consultation with Tarkett, “Dansflor” was born and taken to the world by the Australian Ballet. Still preferred by the Australian Ballet today, it can also be found in the Sydney Opera house and every major Arts Centre in Australia, not to mention in professional companies all around the world.


For information on choosing how to lay your vinyl (loose-lay, semi-permanent or permanent lay) please download the Vinyl Installation Guide.


This product was developed to stop rugs moving on carpets, but works equally well for securing dance floor vinyl.

It is washable and foil-backed for easy installation. Free of plasticizer, it is non-aging and non-rotting.  Also recommended for heated floors.

Simply lay down on your carpet and peel off the backing, then carefully lay your vinyl onto it.  Can be removed just as easily by reversing the process.  Use your remnants to hang posters on the walls!


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