About the Savoy Ball
About The Savoy Ball
3 live bands, top swing DJs!
Dancing til 2am
Vintage - what to wear, fashion, vintage stalls, 1940s photographer
Amazing period ballroom!
Ticket prices and on-line booking
Dancing
Just like the Savoy Ballroom of the 1930s and 40s, the Savoy Ball attracts both non-dancers and dancers - including some of the finest Lindy hoppers around - in equal numbers!

The Savoy Ball 2003 In the Cabaret you will see some fantastic dancing - but the social dancing can be just as exciting - Lindy hop is at its best as an improvised, freestyle dance, and with many of today's top jitterbugs, jivers and Lindy hoppers from the UK - and overseas - at the ball you are sure to see some amazing dancing!

But you certainly don't need to be an experienced swing dancer to get involved!
Ryan Francois dancing with Malvina Dunne
There is plenty of room to get up and have a go - all dance styles and none are equally welcome! So if you can Lindy, jive, jitterbug, boogie woogie, foxtrot or quickstep come and strut your stuff - and if not, then tap your toes, shake a leg, jump up and down - anything goes - and, rest assured, the music will make it very difficult to sit down!

If you would like to know a few dance steps for the ball - why not come along to one of Swingland's regular classes before the event. If you're not in London there are many other clubs and organisations running classes all over the country - you will find a few links here.
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