11 disco pictures from the 70s to the 2000s in South Tyneside - spot anyone you know?

Get your dancing shoes on! We’re heading back in time to the discos and dances of your youth.

Saturday, 11th January 2020, 4:00 pm
Updated Saturday, 11th January 2020, 10:40 pm
Looks like they are having fun at this 2008 roller disco at Temple Park. Remember this?

Here’s 11 great scenes of youngsters showing off their best dance moves in the early 2000s and late 1990s.

How many do you remember and which others have we missed?

So get the glitterball out, take a look through our photospread and step back in time in style.

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Springs staff were dressed in Grease outfits for a charity fundraiser to raise money for the fight against breast cancer in 2003.
Tyneside Stage School joined forces with the South Shields Cancer Research UK campaigners to raise money through disco dancing. Does this bring back happy memories?
Performers from the David Ducasse stage school put on Grease in 2004. Recognise anyone?
Harton Technology's annual production in 2007 was Grease is the Word - but is there anyone you recognise in the line-up?
Another great scene from the 2008 roller disco at Temple Park.
Who loved a trip to the Oz disco in Garden Lane?
It's 1987 and the pupils from St Joseph's Comprehensive School are dressed up for a fundraising disco. Remember this?
Christine James (21) and Alison Murphy (22) started a weekly disco session at Temple Park leisure centre pool in 1977. Did you get along?
Youngsters enjoy themselves at Fat Moe's Disco in Ocean Road, South Shields. It catered for the 14 -17-year-old range. Were you among them?
The outside of Ruperts Disco. Was it a favourite of yours?
Do these retro photos bring back happy memories? We would love your views on any part of the South Tyneside dance scene in times gone by. Tell us more by emailing [email protected]