Tea Party Dancers

Tea Party Dancers

A quirky and unique quintessential English Tea Party Dance
Dancers sip cups of tea upside down with one leg in the air!
A detailed, extravagant theatrical experience for any audience
Previous clients include Louis Vuitton, Brit Awards and Toni and Guy
Based in London and available to perform at events worldwide

Tea Party Dancers PHOTOS

A quintessential English tea party will ensue with ladies taking tea on an extravagantly adorned table. They sip in a slow and synchronised manner, their everyday movements exaggerated.

The tea party progresses as they do a ‘bit of chair work’ and interpret tea drinking, cake eating, and other such activities. They sip the tea upside down with one leg in the air, they hold the cups in their mouths whilst they kick, they shake their napkins and throw them in the air, and then return, to subtlety drinking tea.

An altercation over some jam may occur, as may many luscious dance moves including the tipple pirouette, the cucumber sandwich wedge kick and a white ice stare. Cakes and sandwiches can be provided.

A completely unique form of dance entertainment, the team are happy to choreograph bespoke pieces to suit your existing event themes or can customise existing shows to suit your needs. From cancan dancers to mask beauty for Venetian balls, best of British shows, Vegas showgirls, Flamenco fiestas, and whatever your imagination can conjure…

  • Friday Night Projects
  • Marie Lloyd Star
  • Hat Trick Productions
  • Discovery Channel
  • Channel 4
  • Fashion and Beauty
  • Topshop
  • Uniqglo
  • Look Magazine
  • Toni and Guy
  • Debhanams
  • Michael Van Clarke
  • Charities and Balls
  • Irish Youth Charity
  • Anti-Slavery Charity
  • David Adams Appeal
  • White Blackbird
  • Gonville & Caius College Cambridge
  • Household Calvary
  • Festivals
  • The Electric Picnic
  • Art Car Boot Fair
  • Port Elliot Literary Festival
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Price Waterhouse Cooper
  • Vauxhall
  • Chivas Brothers
  • Bulldog Gin
  • Talk Talk
  • United Biscuits
  • Vince Power Music Group
  • DST International
  • FX Week
  • British and American Tobacco
  • Bonobo
  • Mitsubishi Securities
  • Cryogenic Ltd.
  • Piece of Cake Media
  • EMC3
  • RSVP
  • Tradition Financial Services
  • Private
  • Andy and Patti Wong
  • Venues
  • Laban
  • Sir John Soane’s Museum
  • Haywood Gallery
  • Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Royal Institute of British Architects
  • National Army Museum
  • Christchurch Spittlefields Criterion Theatre
  • 20th Century Theatre
  • Shunt
  • Bourne & Hollingsworth
  • Bunbury Cricket Club
  • St Pancras
  • Grosvenor House Hotel
  • Dorchester
  • Plasterer’s Hall
  • Television
  • BBC Imagine Series
  • Brit Awards
  • Princess Productions
  • Talkback Thames
  • Louis Vuitton
  • Matches
  • Benefit Cosmetics
  • Office Shoes
  • Triumph International
  • Dashing Tweeds
  • Amnesty International
  • Take Heart India
  • Magen David Adom
  • Muscular Dystrophy Campaign
  • Queens College Oxford
  • The Creative Ball
  • Glastonbury
  • Kimberly Festival
  • Sevenoaks Literary Festival
  • Wimbledon Literary Festival
  • Corporate
  • UBS
  • Lombard Wealth Planning
  • TBWA
  • Hendricks Gin
  • 3 Mobile
  • Bougie Macaron
  • Penguin
  • Extreme Music
  • Citigate Drewe
  • White Collar Boxing
  • Dunhill International
  • Addleshaw Goddard
  • Voca Ltd.
  • Fishburn Hedges
  • MM consultancy Asabell Ltd.
  • County Court Plaza Hotel Group
  • Project Finance
  • Prince Azim of Brunei
  • Royal Opera House
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • British Film Institute
  • Theatre Museum
  • Kensington Palace
  • Satchi Gallery
  • Mercat de les Flors
  • Arts Theatre
  • O2 Arena
  • Billingsgate
  • Empire @ Casino
  • Raffles
  • Aura
  • Mayfair Hotel
  • Carlton Towers Hotel
  • Royal Horticultural Halls
  • Apprentice Series 5 and 7


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