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Over 30's Dancing Thru' The Decades Dance Party

Moor Lane (off A453), East Preston, Birmingham, West Midlands, B6 7AA

Tel: 07860578708

Over 30's Dancing Thru' The Decades Dance Party

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Over 30's Dancing Thru' The Decades Dance Party

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Adult£7.00 per ticket type

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Opening Times

23 Dec 2022 - 24 Dec 2022
DayTimes
Friday - Saturday21:00 - 01:00

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