Camden Tea Dance History
Camden’s Tea Dances have been loved and cherished by many over the years. They have been popular with those from Camden, Londoners in general and those from the surrounding counties. Since the first tea dance on 3rd September 1984, there has been a minimum of 300 more, usually taking place monthly. Originating in St Pancras Town Hall, which then became the Camden Centre, Camden Tea Dances remained as a regular event until June 2018, when the building closed for refurbishment. The Camden Centre tea dances were the place to be with its beautiful 1930s features such as the chandelier and original parquet wooden ballroom floor. Tea Dances are used as a form of social gathering for a wide variety of ages, and also as exercise to keep people fit and healthy.
Scroll down to see the Camden Tea Dance featured in local newspapers and some of our previous flyers throughout the years!