dance palace

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: palace - large room used mainly for dancingdance palace - 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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It was a serious dance palace, that's what we were here to do."
He was the owner/designer/ DJ of the legendary 70s dance palace The Gallery.
--residence DANCE PALACE, compagnie Ormone, Luxembourg.
| DANCE PALACE: The ballroom at Menston asylum, near Guiseley, right, in recent times and, below, the ballroom in all its finery in 1910
For four nights only, the Festival transforms the newly refurbished Sydney Town Hall into swing-dancing heaven in Trocadero Dance Palace. The re-imagined Trocadero Dance Palace will feature a huge dance floor, a fabulous floorshow, aerial artists and sizzling swing music played by Sydney's spectacular all-girl big band, Sirens Big Band, just as an all-girl big band did in the Troc's halcyon days.
Travel is priceless gift, but it can't take you back to the Eden Dance Palace in 1931 Germany.
Mannequins Dance Palace is a camp club which has a slightly nausea-inducing huge rotating dance-floor, which pulsates to trance and techno.
There are moments of great charm, such as when the composer turns to traditional British music hall fare when Schwitters seduces Michael's mum into a little tango at the local dance palace.