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Synonyms for disco



Synonyms for disco

popular dance music (especially in the late 1970s)

a public dance hall for dancing to recorded popular music

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Shauna will be back at the Eisteddfod tomorrow taking part in the group disco dance competition.
40pm: String Solo, years 10-13; Disco Dance Group years 10-13
He was forced to disco dance while wearing a pair of plastic pants filled with creepy-crawlies.
SMILES Disco dance champs Becky Drew, Jayne Sleet, Kellie Deards, Debbie Flynn, Keiron Condon and Karyn Flynn in 1983.
Sixteen-year-old Laura Molinea, of Laburnum Grove, Camp Hill, runs regular disco dance sessions for children at the St Mary and St John church hall, in nearby Cedar Road.
And there have been quite a few, from the outrageous disco dance of Ricky Gervais from The Office to choice moments from Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights.
The choreography by Jerry Mitchell, who came up with Kevin Kline's disco dance routine in the movie In & Out, inventively walks the line between butch and camp.
Or, for preteens, get your old Lava lamps and strobe lights out of the attic and create a disco dance club party, complete with the ``Saturday Night Fever'' soundtrack.
Although jazz dance is a living art form always changing and reflecting the times, as seen in disco dance, break dance, hip-hop and funk, and other less creative forms that appeal to young hobby dancers, classic jazz dance continues to demand more technique, more creative vocabularies, more individuality, and more knowledge of styles than its delightful but faddish and fickle offshoots.
The Disco Step-by-Step(TM) Dance Show was the first television show in the world dedicated to disco dance music.
15am: Harp Solo Yrs 7 to 9; Disco Dance Group, Yrs 7 to 9
The disco dance and buffet, based on Parisian nights, will take place at the Tam O'Shanter Club, Hertford Place, on Saturday August 23, from 8pm.
That disorienting effect reportedly was achieved at the production's previous venues: the Donmar Warehouse in London; the old Henry Miller Theatre on West 43rd Street in New York City; and a former Manhattan opera house that once was home to the notorious disco dance club Studio 54, where ``Cabaret'' transferred last year.