The Twin Swing and The Waldorf Hilton bring you..

 

The Charleston Tea Dance

 

The Waldorf Hilton, in the heart of London's theatre district, host their Charleston Tea Dance in the famous and iconic Palm Court. With breathtaking scenery and a capacity of up to 100 guests, the Palm Court is really something most spectacular. Iconic figures such as Oscar Wilde regularly sought inspiration whilst enjoying

afternoon tea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On arrival, guests will be directed into The Palm Court by twin sisters Emily and Jessica who will be in full 1920s' attire. The sound of the roaring jazz age will fill the room as the band play on arrival. The event will be kick-started (quite literally!) by a dazzling performance from the Twin Swing and afternoon tea will shortly follow. After guests have tried and tested the various tea, cakes, and scrumptious sandwiches on offer - it is their turn to get up and learn some authentic Charleston moves. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In between performances from The Twin Swing, the dance floor is available for guests to cha cha, waltz and foxtrot the afternoon away...

 

For all enquiries just fill in the form below with subject 'Tea Dance' 

Dates coming soon!

 

2 - 5pm 

 

£72 pp

 

Dress code: Smart or 1920's

 

The Waldorf Hilton Hotel 

 

Aldwych,

 

London

 

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Reviews

''The Twin Swing were absolutely brilliant, as were the band. . . a thoroughly good time was had by one and all whether you joined in or were just happy to watch. . .''

Gary - Guest at Charleston Tea Dance

 

 

"Just to thank your team for a great afternoon of dancing. The twin sisters were great fun, and we really enjoyed the little lesson."

Lesley-Guest at the Charleston Tea Dance

''It was great fun - tea, cake and a bit of toe-tapping too! A perfect Sunday afternoon treat'' Debbie - Guest at Charleston Tea Dance

 

''The band was great, the dance floor was always crowded .. the act running the event were fantastic - they gave a little lesson half way through which had bits in for beginners and the more adventurous dancers - it was great fun putting some of these moves to the test in the afterwards with the band'' Thomas - Guest at the Charleston Tea Dance


 

 

 

 

 

 

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