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Tea dance for all ages

Get your dancing shoes and step back in time to the sounds of the roaring '20s, '30s and '40s at a tea dance at the People’s Palace, Queen Mary University of London.

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© Sama Mara
© Sama Mara

The Ragroof Theatre will be hosting the stylish afternoon suitable for all ages in the People's Palace Great Hall, Mile End Road, London on Sunday 22 September.

The event is produced in association with the theatre group as well as the dance teacher and choreographer Dorothy’s Shoes from Brighton and students from Queen Mary’s Department of Drama.

Rose Sharp, Project Co-ordinator of Drama at Queen Mary, said: “This event is aimed at everyone from absolute beginners to experienced dancers who want to show off their skills, and of course there will be tea and cake too. What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon.”

Door will open at 2pm and tickets are available on the door priced at £5, £4 (concessions), with tea and cake for £1.

For media information, contact:

Rupert Marquand
Media Relations Manager
email: r.marquand@qmul.ac.uk