Dance with us Suffolk started in 2016 by Phil & Jacqui to hold dance events at The Delphi Centre Sudbury to raise money for charity. Our love of music from the 1940's and the Big Band sound was our reason for our first dance which featured "Swing Machine" big band from Ipswich, this was a mid summer event and we raised funds for "Upbeat" the Heart Support Charity for West Suffolk.
A photographer will be on hand during the evening to capture your outfits for this special evening.
If you wish to donate something for the Charity raffle then please contact us in advance please.
Saturday 29th December 2018
The music will be through the decades from the 1920's to 1960's something for everyone.
Black tie evening, mask not compulsory but dress to impress in the decade of your choice.
We will be raising funds for "Upbeat" Heart Support Charity of West Suffolk.
Muisc in the intervals from our DJ Mayfair Music
Licensed Bar, Raffle, On site Photography to record the event at sensible prices.
Bring your our nibbles
All drinks must be purchased from the bar
card facilities available
Available from The Sudbury Tourist Office in the Library
Or direct from :- firstname.lastname@example.org
Doors open 7:00pm
Carriages 12 :00
Phil & Jacqui look forward to welcoming you on the night
Barn Dance featuring a live band from Stowmarket Suffolk, "Pluck 'N' Squeeze" with caller. A fun evening of country music including some line dancing, a DJ Mayfair Music playing during the intervals;.a special guest appearance of "Elmo". The evening includes a ploughman's supper all for a ticket price of £11.50 each. Tickets available from email@example.com or Sudbury Tourist Office. Book early to avoid disappointment limited tickets only. Licenced bar, free parking
This event now Sold Out
24th June What a great night we all had !! The Delphi centre transformed into a barn with saddles, bunting, sacks the Suffolk Flag and a juke box in the form of barrels. "Mayfair Music" (Steve Claydon) starting the evening with some familiar country music to get us all in the mood. Peter the"Pluck N Squeeze" caller then got us dancing, with some tricky dances but fantastic fun. Thanks to Sharon from the Sudbury Swing Jive for her line dancing section. A big thankyou to Bernie from" Suffolk Outlaws" for the front of stage drapes. Our Ploughman's supper went down well, followed by Upbeat member Brian Richell (ELMO) giving a very funny monologue. We had some really nice comments from those attending. We would also like to thank our friends for helping with the food and clearing up afterwards, The evening raised £405 for the UPBEAT Charity
End of year 2018 we will be holding a Masquerade big band dance night to the sounds of the 17 piece big band, "Swing Machine" who are returning to the Delphi to take you through the decades from the 1920's to the 1960's. During the intervals Mayfair Music will be playing popular dance music.
A Black tie evening and a chance for the ladies to impress, masks are not essential but it will be great to see as many as possible for this Charity evening to raise funds for "UPBEAT" the heart support charity of West Suffolk.
Tickets are now on sale, but as last year was so well supported, you can reserve your tickets early by just sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets are now at the Tourist office Sudbury Library.
“Dance With Us Suffolk” in association with The Delphi Tea Dance brought “Swing Machine” a 17 piece big band who play at venues across East Anglia to The Delphi Centre Sudbury to play at the Mid-Summer Big Band Dance on Saturday 24th June 2017, commencing at 7.30pm. With their 1930’s, 1940’s & 1950’s sound for Swing, Ballroom and Latin music this was a night not to be missed. The Delphi Centre has been through difficult times over the last few years, but with interest in all forms of dancing becoming popular again especially all things vintage, a number of events are being organised by different groups. The Swing Machine played classics from Glenn Miller, Stan Getz, Ella Fitzgerald, Ted Heath and songs from Frank Sinatra and other big names. The dancing was great on the Delphi’s large sprung dance floor.
£700 was raised