The English Regency is the period from 1810 to 1820, when the mental illness of King George III prevented him from performing his duties, and his son, the future George IV, acted as Regent. The social life of this period is vividly recorded in the novels of Jane Austen. Social dances from the period include English country dances, quadrilles and cotillions.
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Bay Area English Regency Society (BAERS)
Includes a calendar of upcoming events.
English Regency Dancing in New Mexico
Information about dance practice and balls, including a photo gallery.
The Felicities of Rapid Motion: Jane Austen in the Ballroom
Essay by Allison Thompson examining dance in the novels of Jane Austen.
The Regency Assembly
Group organising dance classes, balls and performances, based in Birmingham, UK. Includes information about events, the dances, and a photo gallery.
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