old-time dance

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old-time dance

n
(Dancing) Brit a formal or formation dance, such as the lancers
old-time dancing n
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OLD-TIME DANCING These three lovely photographs were sent in by Sylvia Case-Upton (now Bennett) of herself and her dance partner Kenny Gibb, who were members of the Billy Martins Dance School.
A spokesman said: "We are following in the rich tradition of Ulster Hall tea dances, where people can join us for an afternoon and evening of old-time dancing in celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and enjoy the live entertainment.
This one will bash on the door just as you and the missus are off down the club for some old-time dancing.
She has been an accomplished dressmaker for most of her life and enjoyed old-time dancing when she was younger, before she moved on to yoga.
It's always been very popular with children who favour true old-time dancing.
She loved going to the bingo and going old-time dancing at the Fair Holme Social Club.
Saturday nights the young crowd from Holbrooks went old-time dancing at St Lukes where my parents were MCs, others went dancing at either The Rialto, Matrix or Courtaulds then on Sunday we would queue up for an hour or so, rain or shine, to get into the Gaumont Cinema for the evening show.
When I dance with Upallret, I feel like all I read in a book about old-time dancing is coming alive, the way they used to dance.
Neston SEQUENCE and old-time dancing today and every Tuesday afternoon at Neston Civic Hall from 1.
Dozens of couples are expected to turn up at the events to enjoy afternoon tea, music and some old-time dancing.
When she wasn't teaching, Gladys spent much of her time at All Saints Church, where she taught old-time dancing in the church hall, was involved in Sunday School and was a life-long member of the Mothers' Union.
top left) I liked my t-bar shoes and used to go old-time dancing with a friend.