The Southbank Club in partnership with The Jack Calloway Dance Band hosts its first and finest, monthly tea dance this side of the Savoy Hotel.
The Jack Calloway Dance Band, followed by a swing dj, will provide an afternoon of fantastic swing and jazz music suitable for dancers of all capabilities to enjoy - catering to Lindy, Balboa, Shag & Charleston.
You, the audience, can enjoy a Sunday afternoon in true swinging style, with afternoon tea and freshly made cake to order, whilst listening and/or gliding across the floor to the sweet melodies of Jack Calloway & his nationally renown Dance Band!
Beforehand, why not get involved in a taster class, hosted by the wonderful David Bozier!
As this is the first run of this monthly tea dance, we will not be ticketing the event, however as the months and the dances progress this is subject to change - especially with all of the fabulous plans we have for this.
Admission is £5 per head!
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Tickets £8.00 adv. from http://www.seetickets.com/
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