Regency Dance Elsewhere

  • Friends of the English Regency (Los Angeles, California) was the first group to hold Regency dances, more than 20 years ago. They hold monthly "drums" and a fall ball. Send email to Laurraine Tutihasi, or check the calendar of the Costumers Guild West for dates. 

  • Somewhere in Time (Seattle, Washington) sponsors events set in many venues, including the Regency, at which there are sure to be wonderful costumes, excellent food, and occasional dancing. Send email to Agnes Gawne, newsletter editor.

  • Tapestry Regency Dance is a subgroup of the offerings from the Tapestry Historic Dance Ensemble, a dance troupe that performs Colonial, Regency and Victorian programs at historic sites and special events in the greater Philadelphia region. John and Lynn Symborski run the group.

  • The Georgian Society (Albuquerque, New Mexico) meets for monthly dance practices, and occasional balls. Though they focus on the dances of the Regency, they chose to call themselves the Georgian Society because some of their members enjoy the elaborate dress of the mid-late 18th century as well as that of the early 19th century. Either form of dress is welcome at their functions. Check their web page, or send email to Pati Nagle.


  • Elegant Arts Society (NYC) hosts monthly beginning workshops in vintage dance, of which 1/3d to 1/2 are Regency, and additional monthly intermediate Regency workshops with authentic footwork. The site features, among other things, a calendar of Regency events in the Northeastern US.


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