Explore with the Jane Austen Dancers places where Austen’s characters enjoyed dancing. An ‘impromptu dance at home’, a ‘public assembly’ an invitation-only ‘private ball’, and ‘the seventh heaven of the fashionable world’ Almack’s in London. During this visual treat of Country Dances, Reels, Quadrilles and Cotillions, we explain the strict etiquette for each venue. Plus, the option to join in one or two dances. Period costume welcome but not essential.
Venue: The Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street, BA1 2QH