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Thursday, 12 June 2014

FAB FESTIVAL: THE MIDDLEWICH ROCK 'n' ROLL DANCERS (ARCHIVED)


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Derek and Julie Millington show us how it's done at the 2011 FAB Festival

Over the years the Middlewich FAB Festival has always provided a wide range of entertainment above and beyond what is normally found at traditional folk festivals; the aim being to cater for the general public and those not necessarily too interested in the folk world.
The Middlewich Rock 'n' Roll Dancers are a case in point. They're hugely popular with the crowds, and rightly so.
They present their version of authentic 1950s Rock 'n' Roll with enthusiasm and style and they always look immaculate in period dress.
Watch for them around town, particularly in the town centre where these 2011 photos were taken by Cliff Astles.
Rockin' with style at the 2011 FAB Festival

HERE ARE THE 2013 TIMINGS FOR THE ROCK & ROLL DANCERS. MANY THANKS TO CLIFF ASTLES FOR THE INFO:

12.00.p.m. - 12.40.p.m. at the KINDERTON at the front of the car park

1.00.p.m. - 2.00.p.m. on the AMPHITHEATRE
Info from Derek Millington, Mr Rock n Roll
Plus, Lee Davidge singing Rock n Roll songs of the 50's at the Kinderton.

NOT TO BE MISSED.....ALL WELCOME TO JOIN IN THE ROCK N ROLL DANCING.

FESTIVAL GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE

First published 10th June 2013
Re-published 12th June 2014

3 comments:

  1. These are the times they will be dancing ROCK n ROLL on SUNDAY 16TH JUNE 2013

    12.00.p.m. - 12.40.p.m. on the KINDERTON at the front of the car park

    1.00.p.m. - 2.00.p.m. on the AMPHITHEATRE
    Info from Derek Millington, Mr Rock n Roll
    Plus, Lee Davidge singing Rock n Roll songs of the 50's at the Kinderton.

    NOT TO BE MISSED.....ALL WELCOME TO JOIN IN THE ROCK N ROLL DANCING.

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  2. What day and time will the Rock and Roll dancers be on please? Emma

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  3. Thanks for your query, and thanks to Cliff for supplying the answer! We've incorporated the info. in the main text -Ed.

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