Sweetheart’s Music Club

August 13, 2012

The King Size Papa’s have been gigging for a number of years with regular slots at Sheringham 1940′s weekend, after a recent change of line up they have relaunched their monthly Sweethearts Music Club at Arkwright’s in Norwich.

The evening kicked off with a Lindy dance class from Alan and Cherry from Chicken Junction based at Flixton Village Hall, then the band jumped and we jived.

The venue is a tad seedy but the booze is cheap and there is a large dance floor that you can strut your stuff on, there will be regular Friday nights with a variety of dance classes and bands. Future attractions include James Goodwin playing Boogie Woogie piano and Rock the Block boogie Woogie dance classes in September and a Jive class with 40s and 50 music from Curly Blows it Dry in October.

It is a great place to go and hear some great bands, learn a few dance moves and have a swinging time dancing the night away.

Future dates:

£8 on the door, 8pm start

Friday 7th September

Friday 8th October

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Karen was born in London but has moved to Norwich 17 years ago when she fell in love with a local boy. A life long passion for vintage especially 1940′s fashion, film and music she has watched the Norwich vintage scene grow in recent years and loves to explore the vintage shops, markets and travel a little further afield to the airbases to indulge her dancing passion. Karen is a freelance stylist at The Fabulous Miss K and runs Blue Skies Vintage Events with her husband.

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