Almack's Assembly Rooms

Located on King Street in the heart of St. James’s, Almack’s Assembly Rooms was an exclusive and fashionable dance club that flourished during the Regency. The Wednesday evening balls, overseen by a committee of Lady Patronesses, were attended by members of the ton and were notorious for being a “marriage market” for debutantes. Related BRANCH Article: Cheryl A. Wilson, “The Arrival of the Waltz in England, 1812”


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