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Playford Tea Dance

Playford Tea Dance
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Monday 1545-1745 6 weekly sessions from 7th March to 11th April then 12 sessions from 25th April – 11th July

Tutor: Sandria Reese

Social History from 1600-1815 through dance. John Playford published his first book of Country Dances in 1651 – we can still enjoy his dances today and savour the glimpses of history they give us. Designed for the gentry, these dances are
elegant, jolly, slow or sprightly, something for everyone in fact, especially if your leaping days are over. You do not need dance experience or a partner, just come along and join us for gentle exercise, great tunes, tea and friendship.

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