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The Meyer Dancers are London’s ‘Go-To” 1960’s and 1970’s Go-Go Dance Company. These psychedelic dancers for hire have been performing their fun and exciting Go-Go act for 5 years having performed alongside legendary 60’s bands such as The Sonics, Geno Washington, The Trashmen and at several festivals such as Glastonbury, Lovebox, Isle of Wight, Wilderness, Secret Garden Party and 60’s festivals in Europe!
These disco dancers for hire have also featured in movies directed by Woody Harrelson (Lost in London) and award-winning director John Ridley (Guerilla).
As Go-Go dancers they also teach moves & choreography at hen parties and birthdays, take a trip back in time and grab your Go-Go boots cause its time to get groovy! These 1960s dancers for hire are inspired by the strong, feminine women in the movies by 1960s film director Russ Meyer and can be sure to shake up the dancefloor with their groovy moves and special charm! They perform everything from mod to Ye-ye, psychedelic, and disco to suit the party! The whole experience is like stepping back in time. This vintage entertainment act for hire also loves a freestyle with live bands, just like the original go-go dancers of LA’s “Whisky A Go-Go!”
The Meyer Dancers are an authentic, all-female dance troupe and have a true passion for all things 1960’s and 1970s! These Go-Go dancers for hire are known for their bold and colourful looks, and stylish appearances, echoing vintage darlings of the bygone retro era. When you book The Meyer Dancers you are guaranteed to get the groovy party started! Recent teaching courses and workshops have 5-star reviews and the participants are always left wanting more! Teaching classic moves from the 60s era always make for a fun and memorable experience, the music is truly uplifting for everybody. The Meyer Dancers are the only 1960s troupe in the UK and promise to bring you quality entertainment for any kind of party, wedding or event.
For more information on our disco dancers for hire, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.
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