PICCADILLY DANCE ORCHESTRA

PICCADILLY DANCE ORCHESTRA

MICHAEL LAW'S PICCADILLY DANCE ORCHESTRA - CHRISTMAS DINNER DANCE


FRIDAY DECEMBER 14TH

DOORS 7.30PM | DINNER 8PM | SHOW 9 PM


TICKETS: £80 PER PERSON (Book a table of 6 and enjoy a complimentary bottle of Presecco)


FRIENDS PRIORITY BOOKING UNTIL 30TH JUNE


Summer is yet to start but we couldn’t wait to give you the news that the fabulous Piccadilly Dance Orchestra – old friends of The Astor - has agreed to join us for our very special, Black Tie, Christmas Dinner & Dance.


Our excellent in-house Chef from "Herb Garden at The Astor" – well known for his superb pre-theatre suppers - will prepare a sumptious 3 course meal.   He will also create delicious canapés for you to enjoy with a glass of fizz on arrival.


Booking is now open for what will be the most glamorous, and fun start to the Christmas Season.



Michael Law's Piccadilly Dance Orchestra is world famous for providing superb entertainment to a very high standard and much sought-after for concert and cabaret performances as well as for private parties and corporate events.


From the Charleston of the 1920s Gatsby era through the beautiful classic songs of the 1930s, to swing and jazz hits, Michael Law's Piccadilly Dance Orchestra performs the greatest dance music and the best tunes of the Jazz Age.


Elegant, musically immaculate and infused with toe-tapping rhythm, the PDO’s recordings have recently been chosen for the soundtracks of CSI, Gotham as well as an award-winning documentary about Stanley Kubrick…and two of the PDO’s recordings (Happy Feet and Dance Little Lady) have been heard by more than two and a half million people on YouTube.


The PDO enjoyed residencies at London's Ritz and Savoy Hotels and have recorded six CDs. Their sensational Café de Paris events have set a new standard for recreations of 1920s/30s high society entertainment.


Acclaimed worldwide for their spirited recreations of the music of the British Dance Bands, the PDO were especially chosen for BBC 4's highly successful Len Goodman's Dancing Feet and a sequel, Len Goodman's Dance Band Days - and following their concert at John Dankworth and Cleo Laine's Wavendon theatre: "this was probably the most entertaining evening I can remember...the orchestra is really superb".



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