dance hall


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dance·hall

 (dăns′hôl′)
n.
1. or dance hall A building or part of a building with facilities for dancing.
2. A style of reggae music that incorporates hip-hop and rhythm and blues elements. Also called ragga.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dance hall - large room used mainly for dancingdance hall - large room used mainly for dancing  
discotheque, disco - a public dance hall for dancing to recorded popular music
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
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He sat in a dance hall with Jurgis and Halloran until one or two in the morning, exchanging experiences.
With his fist he broke a large mirror in the wash room of a hotel and later went about smashing windows and breaking chairs in dance halls for the joy of hearing the glass rattle on the floor and seeing the terror in the eyes of clerks who had come from Sandusky to spend the evening at the resort with their sweethearts.
He said that presenting most genres of dance hall music from the 50s to the present each night would also feature a very special guest, virtuoso musician or singer and a DJ.
One would catch the train from Cardiff to Penarth and then have a bottle of Carlsberg lager in the station or Esplanade before heading to the dance hall.
Jamaican dance hall singer, Sean Paul, has sent a shout out to Nigerian superstar, Davido on his recent music achievement.
* Dancing at the Corner, 7 p.m., Corner Dance Hall, 200 Franklin St., Whittington.
Clearwater, FL, December 28, 2017 --(PR.com)-- On the 21st of December, Savoy South Dance Hall hosted the monthly Swing Dance for Charity.
DANCE HALL MEMORIES Date: Thursday 6th October 2016 Time: 2.00pm-4.00pm Venue: ISLAND Hall, Lisburn Put on your dancing shoes and join us for an afternoon of sociable dancing.
He had been in Liverpool for the Grand National in April and then went to the Grafton Rooms, which was a popular dance hall, where we met.
The West End in Suffolk Street opened in 1925 as a dance hall and cinema, which boasted a superb Wurlitzer organ, but its doors finally closed in March 1965.
Th e stills here come from birthday legend Macdonald Sport our first clip of film which was shot in a Newcastle dance hall in the early 1960s.