Enjoy a barbecue, live music and dancing from JiveSwing, and beer tasting whilst relaxing in historic and picturesque surroundings.
Sample Bletchley Park’s very own beer – the perfect brew for dads this Father’s Day. The beer, created by The Concrete Cow Brewery in Milton Keynes, has been named Station X; one of the terms used to describe Bletchley Park during World War Two.
Anyone wishing to enjoy this wonderful Father’s Day event should enter through admissions as usual.
Key timings for the day are below
12:00 – 15:00 BBQ
12:00 – 16:30 Station X Beer Tasting
12:00 – 15:30 JiveSwing performance including Vintage DJ, Dance Performances and Jazz Band
JiveSwing.Com are currently the UK’s youngest and leading swing dance teachers and performers of authentic dances such as the 1940s Lindy Hop, 1920’s Charleston, Black Bottom, 1950’s Dances, Blues, Electro-Swing and Authentic Jazz touring at least 40 weeks a year, inspiring and wowing people with their high energy performances, wherever they go. They’ve taught and performed all over the UK, for schools, universities and corporate clients, including London’s Canary Wharf, The Dorchester, the world famous Royal Albert Hall, plus brands such as Tesco, John Lewis, Nationwide, Ford Motors, Accenture, DHL, Financial Ombudsman, etc. They have been hired as experts in the USA and European countries such as Germany, France, Sweden, Spain, Scotland, Greece, Wales, Norway, Turkey, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Czech Republic, Hungary, Amsterdam, Israel, Slovenia, Italy, Croatia, Ireland, Austria.
In addition, to their national and international competition titles, they’ve recently completed a number of Television, Radio and Music Video projects, such as Dreamboats & Petticoats National TV Advert, Channel 4’s Royal Come Dine with Me, BGT and several TV Documentaries, including one presented by BBC’s Strictly Judge, Len Goodman, with Joseph teaching him, how to of Swing dance. They’ve worked alongside MUSE, Alan Carr, strictly’s Anton and Erin and chosen as the main dance swing dance act, by the world famous ‘Royal Albert Hall’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZutETo9SEo they’ve also featured as main dancers and choreographers for a number of music videos, including ‘Yolanda Be Cool’ (The guys that did Americano) music video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xg9-GMUl89Y and most recently seen on BBC’s Wartime Farmhttp://youtu.be/NoNuAFcuQxA and hired as 1920s Charleston Experts on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch -http://youtu.be/gWmKKAQcomE