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Images Dated 30th October 2015

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Commanders to appear in the Royal Command of Variety Performance are the young Canadian Featured 30 Oct 2015 Print

Commanders to appear in the Royal Command of Variety Performance are the young Canadian

Commanders to appear in the Royal Command of Variety Performance are the young Canadian dance team Blanche and Allan Lund, who made their name in the Canadian Navy revue "Meet The Navy" and appearing in "Picadilly Hayride".
Picture shows: Blanche, wearing a dress specially flown in from Canada by TransCanada airlines bought for her by her parents.
2 November 1946 dance / dancing / party season / celebration / happy vintage news archive

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Folk Dancing At Their Wedding. When Miss Margaret Morris (21) married Mr. Keith Uttley at St Featured 30 Oct 2015 Print

Folk Dancing At Their Wedding. When Miss Margaret Morris (21) married Mr. Keith Uttley at St

Folk Dancing At Their Wedding.
When Miss Margaret Morris (21) married Mr. Keith Uttley at St. Augustine's Church, Southborough Lane, Bromley, they were escorted from the church by a group of folk dancers - the Kentish Travellers folk dancing group - of which the pair are members. The dancers, in costume, danced around the bridal pair and escorted them from the church to the reception - at the Crooked Billet. Miss Morris lives at Bromley - and Mr. Uttley, at Beckenham. They are seen together enjoying the dance. Bromley, England. 16 March 1959. dance / dancing / party season / celebration / happy vintage news archive

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The latest dancing craze to hit London's dance halls, which is expected to take place Featured 30 Oct 2015 Print

The latest dancing craze to hit London's dance halls, which is expected to take place

The latest dancing craze to hit London's dance halls, which is expected to take place alongside the "Lambeth walk" "Boomps-a-daisy", "Hokey-kokey" and such is the "Re-bob-bob" which was written by the two South Africans Carl and Roger Yale, dancers are expected to "bob up and down like a monkey on a stick, clap hands, twist, waggle hands at their ears, and re-bob-bob".
Picture Shows: Roger Gale with his wife Carol who helped work out some of the dance steps, do a spot of "hand waggling at their ears" while demonstrating the new "re-bob-bob" dance in London.
20 August 1947 dance / dancing / party season / celebration / happy 40s 1940s vintage news archive

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