Charleston (dance)
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The Charleston was a type of dance popular in more than one nation on Earth during the 1920s. It was remembered at least into the 1970s and 1980s and gained at least nominal purchase in Australia. Tegan Jovanka, an Australian in her early 20s in 1981, was proficient enough in the dance to perform it at Cranleigh Hall in Oxfordshire on 11 June 1925. (TV: Black Orchid)

Tegan's enthusiasm for the dance apparently infected Nyssa as well. Some three thousand years before her birth, she attempted to teach the Charleston on Traken, calling it "good exercise." The Doctor maintained a disdainful distance from the dance. (AUDIO: Primeval)

The mark of a gentleman is that he knows how to Charleston — but doesn't.The Fifth Doctor [src]

In 1929, at a party held in Antibes, France, Romana I was invited to Charleston by Tommy Creighton but she declined. (AUDIO: The Stealers from Saiph)

In 1055, Charley Pollard told King Edward the Confessor and Queen Edith that the Charleston was all the rage in Bruges. (AUDIO: Seasons of Fear)

Amy Pond once tried to learn the dance. (PROSE: The Coming of the Terraphiles)

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