The Spa Rout - March 12th - A Regency rout-party

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The Spa Rout - March 12th - A Regency rout-party

Postby Alice the Huswyf » Sat Jan 23, 2016 1:00 am

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A rout-party in the late Georgian Spa town that entertained Prinny and his siblings,
refuge to Harriett Wilson’s kept sister Sofia (later Lady Berwick) in her widowhood.
An inclusive evening to dance, talk, enjoy old and make new friends.



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Music by collective expertise of
-=:{ Mr. Sayer’s Players }:=-

Direction by the twinkling
-=:{ Mrs. (Toni) Ellis }:=-

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Tickets are £55 and include:
a sociable modern dress walk through the dances in the Pump Rooms to live music at 1.15pm - 2.45pm,
an aperitif on your return to the Pump Rooms in regency dress at 6.45pm, two course dinner,
copious water for the energetic - among other comforts & diversions..........

In addition - table wine may be purchased by the bottle and there will be a bar.

http://thesparout.weebly.com/


And as this event takes place about 6 miles from and on the same weekend as
The Original Re-enactors Market, that's Sunday's entertainment: a real two-for-one!


Is it 'coz I is middewl clarse, aih?

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Re: The Spa Rout - March 12th - Leamington Spa

Postby 40/- freeholder » Sat Jan 23, 2016 4:16 pm

Does anyone ever organise events like this at Harrogate?
Would love to go to something like this, or a Regency Ball, but Bath and RLS are too far away.



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Re: The Spa Rout - March 12th - Leamington Spa

Postby Alice the Huswyf » Sun Jan 24, 2016 10:05 pm

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