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The Vintage Guide To London | October 18, 2017

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Enjoy a series of Vintage Nights at Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is celebrating all things retro with a series of Vintage Nights – including a tea dance and vintage cinema – from 14-17 February:

Valentine’s Tea Dance
TUESDAY 14 FEBRUARY
7.30PM – 10.30PM / WORKSHOP 6PM
Waltz, cha-cha and foxtrot to your heart’s content for a romantic Valentine’s Tea Dance with the eleven piece Berkeley Square Society Band. Start the evening off with a taster
workshop, enjoy the dazzling displays of classic dances from Ragroof Theatre’s team of glamorous ladies and gents and dance the night away under the twinkling glass roof of the
East Wintergarden.
£12

Sing-a-Long-a Grease
WEDNESDAY 15 FEBRUARY
7PM – 10PM / DOORS 6.30PM / PG
Sing along with Sandy, Danny and the gang at Rydell High in this special screening of Grease. Don those pink jackets, grease up those quiffs and let your inhibitions go for an evening where you are the star… remember GREASE is the word!
Produced by Singalonga Productions Ltd in Association with Park Circus.
£15

Swing Dance
THURSDAY 16 FEBRUARY
7.30PM – 10.30PM / WORKSHOP 6PM
The East Wintergarden transforms into a juke joint with a jumpin’ Swing Dance with live music from the infamous The Jive Aces. Come early for an introduction to vintage dance
styles from the good folks of JiveSwing.com then get ready to lindyhop, jive and jitterbug the night away.
£12

Silent Disco
FRIDAY 17 FEBRUARY
8PM – MIDNIGHT
The Silent Disco is definitely a dance floor with a difference. No speakers, just wireless headsets where you choose what you dance to. Two DJs will compete for your ears in a silent dance
off – who will you choose? Legendary vintage vinylist Yvan Serrano Fontova aka Healer Selecta or the funk, disco, electro and dance from cult DJ and 80s fashionista Princess Julia?
£10

Vintage Mobile Cinema
FRIDAY 17 FEBRUARY
4PM – MIDNIGHT
Take a break from the dance floor and enjoy classic episodes of Top of the Pops in the plush surrounds of the Sixties Vintage Mobile Cinema parked in front of the East Wintergarden.
Recently seen on BBC’s Reel History, and the only surviving unit from a fleet of seven built by the Government in 1967 to promote British industry, it now makes a perfect bijou cinema.
Free, first come first served.

Tickets:
All tickets include a complimentary glass of bubbly on arrival.

Vintage Nights
14-17 February
East Wintergarden
43 Bank Street