Toronto Regency Assembly

A ball series for advanced dancers

Country dances, cotillions, quadrilles, Regency waltz and reels. 

Watch this space for upcoming dates.


An afternoon tea dance in the Regency-era

Campbell House Museum ballroom

Georgian ball wear required.

This series will be held regularly in Toronto’s only Regency-era ballroom. 

What is an advanced dancer?

In this case, it means that you have strong basic skills in English or Scottish country dancing, that you thoroughly understand progression and do not rely on other dancers to get you through the figures. A solid degree of mobility and stamina will be required for some dances. Please note that basic figures will not be taught. If you’re in doubt about whether this is the event for you, please ask. Registration is via the Dancing Mistress only, and space is limited.

More about this ball series

1-4 pm

$25 per person. Please contact the Dancing Mistress to receive the registration form (phone us at 416 578-1031 or scroll down to click on the “contact us” link) . 

Gift certificates available

Please note that all prices are in Canadian dollars (about .75c US), and that there are discounts for students and seniors. 

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Tickets can be purchased in advance by cheque, money order or electronic transfer. Pre-registration is strongly recommended, as space is limited.

Contact us


Karen Millyard has been organizing cultural events and teaching historical and modern English Country Dance for years. She is a choreographer, researcher, event organizer, consultant and professional dance teacher who works in theatre, museums, schools and the community. For information on her classes and other events, click on the links below.


Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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JaneAustenDancing, 1812DanceCanada, York Regency Society

Toronto English Country Dancers
for information on modern English Country dance in Toronto

 Page updated March 31st 2018.