Dances, Tea


Tea dances have become increasingly popular in recent years, though the usual ratio of 73 women to one man may mitigate against them being instrumental in lasting heterosexual relationships.

Tea dances are particularly prevalent in seaside towns during the winter months, and from December to February, they are usually hosted by the soap star you’ve never heard of who’s playing Buttons in Cinderella.

Pensioners who grew up in the 1960s are now organising alternative Pot & Acid Dances, though participants should be aware that dancing to Big Brother and the Holding Company may be against the law.