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Postby Redders » Mon Mar 08, 2010 1:02 pm

OK, not a Re-Enactment Society as such.
However, we do research the Regency Period with regard to Dance and etiquette.
We do also cover Georgian period dancing too!

The Regency Assembly is one of a handful of Regency Dance Groups around the UK.
We meet every first and third Thursday.
Lichfield Methodist Church, 7.30 - 9.30.

Currently, the core of the group is made up of us nacty type folk.
It's really good fun and the kit possibilities are endless!!!!!!!

We generally attend 3 or 4 Balls per year.
So, plenty to get dressed up for and show off your swanky outfits.
Plus, it's quite nice to actually dance too!

http://www.regencyassembly.co.uk/
Have a peek, PM me if you have any questions.

We're always looking for new members.
Like most groups on here, first go is free.



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