1920s Gatsby Glamour Girls
Looking for 1920s Gatsby Glamour Girls for your roaring twenties themed event?
Your guests will love our 1920s Gatsby Glamour girls as they mingle with guests and perform classic dance routines from the 1920s. Vintage and Gatsby is a very popular theme at the moment and we have 1920s Gatsby Glamour girls in most locations. This group of professional dancers have performed at many events over the past few years, incorporating “Meeting and Greeting” guests followed by a Top Hat and Tails number.
Later on, they perform the original Charleston and then get male members of the audience to join in with the routine. These girls are sure to bring glamour and glitz to the evening.
The Charleston is a dance that became very popular in the 1920s, although some dance halls banned it as it was seen as a bit too outrageous, it didn’t stop people expressing themselves through the classic dance! The Charleston became a worldwide craze and was danced to fast ragtime jazz tunes. It was also a precursor to the Lindy Hop dance that became popular in the 1930s. Flappers were young women who wore short skirts, styled their hair into bobs, listened to jazz and danced the Charleston.
The roaring 1920s were carefree and wild. Previously, ballroom dancing was structured and tame compared to the “Charleston,” ”Black Bottom” and “Shimmy” dances that took over dance floors in the 1920s. Ballroom dancing continued with older and more conservative folks well into the ’30s. The new dance crazes were for the youth of this decade who valued frivolity and looser morals.
The girls were recently on The Graham Norton Show, and this is what the stage manager had to say about their performance: “I’m glad you had such a good day, and thank you so much, everyone was really impressed with how professional the girls were and how great they looked. I will definitely be in touch in the future” Lynda McGrory, Stage Manager, The Graham Norton Show BBC2
If you are interested in booking The 1920s Flapper Girls for your party, wedding or other events, then check out their profile in the following link: http://www.findaperformer.net/act/1124
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