Tower Hamlets residents jig merrily at annual Christmas tea dance

PUBLISHED: 17:33 16 December 2013 | UPDATED: 17:33 16 December 2013

Sunshine Kings band performing at the concert

Sunshine Kings band performing at the concert


More than 100 East End residents showed they could still keep up with the youngsters at an annual Christmas Concert and Tea Dance.

The popular event organised by Tower Hamlets Council, open to over 50s, attracted a large crowd to the Brady Centre, in Hanbury Street, on Wednesday, December 11.

Entertainment was provided by the Sunshine Kings, with their mix of jazz and seasonal classics delighting the audience.

The dance is one of the more popular events on the calendar and is seen by the residents as kickstarter to Christmas.

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