1940s dance Hartlebury Castle DY11 7XZ
Tel: 01299 250797
Join us to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day with a rip roaring 1940s style dance. Enjoy a scrumptious 1940s inspired buffet, then dance and sing the evening away in the Great Hall with music from 1940s group The Ronnies. The evening will begin at 6.55pm with the bells of peace being rung out in the Carriage Circle and across the nation, signifying a Cry For Peace Around The World. Dress up in your 1940s inspired outfits to make the evening extra fun, but don’t worry, it’s not essential! Allied costumes only. About The Ronnies The Ronnies are a vocal harmony group from Shropshire, specialising in the sounds of the 1940s. Inspired by the great Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters, The Ronnies perform classic songs such as; In the Mood, Route 66, Don’t Fence Me In and Accentuate the Positive at events all over the country. They have enjoyed entertaining audiences at The Ironbridge WWII festival, RAF Cosford Vintage Fair, Blists Hills Victorian Town 1940s event, The Severn Valley Railway 1940s weekend and a range of private and public concerts and celebrations.