Popular sequence dancing continues in collaboration of venues

Gary and Gwen Cole provide monthly Sunday tea dances in Skegness.
Gary and Gwen Cole provide monthly Sunday tea dances in Skegness.

The Grosvenor House Hotel is now playing to the tune of regular sequence dancing to live music while working in tandem with The Embassy Theatre in Skegness.

Dance providers Gary and Gwen Cole will provide monthly quality Sunday Tea Dances across both venues.

“We always have a great time visiting The Embassy and look forward to continuing this relationship whilst forging a new friendship across the road at The Grosvenor House Hotel” said compere and host Gary Cole.

“It is also a great opportunity for our regular dancers to meet more regularly at both venues” he added.

Dates for the remainder of 2014 have now been set to also include a transfer of the longstanding tradition of Christmas Day dancing in Skegness.

“We have been working together for many months to secure the future of the Christmas Day Dance in Skegness; the Embassy Theatre have hosted it for numerous years but we recognise that this level of sustainability was not guaranteed for the future” said Embassy Theatre manager Pollyanne Trapmore-Shaw.

“we are delighted this has been achieved and that the well supported tradition will continue in such a beautiful Ballroom – The Imperial, this is thanks to the dedication and enthusiasm of Gary, Gwen, their regular followers and hotel proprietor Russell Sparkes – it sometimes takes more than two to Tango,“ she added.

The first of the Grosvenor House Hotel dances took place yesterday (Sunday July 27th) and flyers with remaining monthly diary dates for 2014 will be available from both venues or by visiting their respective websites.

The next dance is scheduled for Sunday, August 24, at the Grosvenor House Hotel, North Parade, Skegness from 2pm to 4pm.