Tag Archives: Chepstow

Help For Heroes Swing Era Big Band Night

1940s DanceIn Commemoration of the end of the 2nd World War, 70 years ago this year, we’re hosting a 1940’s Big Band Party Night, where all the profits will go to  to support members of our armed forces who have sustained life changing injuries from modern day conflicts.

We’ have the fabulous A470’s Big Band providing the music from the Swing era, along with our very own Reverend Dai Hep filling in the gaps with some solid swing tunes. For an added touch of vintage glamour, dress in 1940’s style , to be sure of a chance of winning one of the best dressed prizes. All in all, we think it’s going to be quite a night.

To accommodate the BIG Band, we’re holding the dance at the Drill Hall in Chepstow, a much larger venue than usual for us. Tickets are strictly limited, so be sure to get yours in plenty of time by contacting a Swingdicate committee member or online here. It’s all happening on Saturday September 12th

AND, it gets even better.
Keep an eye open in one of our next newsletters which will have news on a special Swingdicate members only deal. There’s still time to take advantage of the offer by registering HERE now. This offer will be via email only, so register now. while it’s fresh in your mind.

What Do You Mean You Can’t Dance?

Next Dance 18th April 2015We hope you can make our next dance at the Con Club in Chepstow on April 18th.

Why not try and convince some of your non-dancing friends to come along as well, We have a special, level zero, intro to Lindy Hop at the beginning of the night to help people get started with something that could change their lives. Go on, do them a favour and invite them along…

In The Beginning

Monday 12th January saw the inaugural meeting of our unnamed collective in the Two Rivers in Chepstow. We had many suggestions for a name, but by an anonymous vote we decide on SWINGDICATE. The rest  as they say, is the future….