What we do
By Organising dances and events at The Delphi Centre in Sudbury for people who love dance, ballroom, Latin, sequence and Swing Jive and even Barn Dances we have been able to present some great evenings with Big 17 piece dance bands, Barn Dance bands and performers to entertain and make the evenings really be great.
For those who have supported this event a big thankyou we raised £1302 for our charity "UPBEAT" and £893 for The Delphi Centre refurbishment fund. For details of this event see menu at top of page
We have two exiting dances coming up, one in December between Christmas and the New Year and one at the end of March 2020
END OF YEAR DANCE
A themed big band dance
Please put this date in your diaries for a great evening of dance and entertainment with "SWING MACHINE" big band returning to the DELPHI Centre this year to play music from the 1920's to the 1950's. Plus this year we have local professional singer Nettie Osman who will be singing two sets of 1960's songs to really add to the party atmosphere.
Ticket price £17.50 and will be available in August from Sudbury Tourist Office and direct from :-firstname.lastname@example.org Full poster will be coming soon.
The big news is that we have been able to book Sarah Mai and her band The Rhythm Riots to perform for us at the Delphi Centre in March 2020
Sarah Mai sang at our 1940's vintage day on 22nd June and she was a great success, she and the band are now playing a large number of events this year including Twinwoods and the 1940's Sheringham weekend
This will be a very popular event and will include a vintage DJ to fill in between band breaks
Please note you can bring your own nibbles but all drinks must be purchased from the licenced bar.
Tickets can be reserved in advance but will not be released until September 2019
A new poster will be published shortly
A fantastic evening sold out and over £700 raised for "UPBEAT"
All those who attended dressed to impress and were complemented by their wonderful masks
The Barn Dance with "Pluck & Squeeze" was great fun.
The supper supplied was made with all local produce, Suffolk Gold Cheese, Suffolk Blue cheese, local pickled onions, tomatoes, and bread from the Lavenham Bakery.