RSCDS London Branch

The Branch runs classes and dances for beginners and experienced dancers. We have several classes and dances for young people too. If you would like be on our mailing list or have a question about Scottish Country Dancing in London please contact the Publicity coordinator using our contact form.

 

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London Branch Classes
Beginners and Improvers Class Wednesdays  7 – 9pm London SW10 0AY
Intermediate Class Wednesdays  7 – 9pm London SW10 0AY
Advanced Class Wednesdays  7 – 9pm London SW10 0AY
Summer General Class Wednesdays 7 – 9pm London SW10 0AY
Mixed Ability Class Wednesdays  2.30 – 4.30pm London SW1X 0BD
Richmond Beginner’s and Improvers Class Wednesdays 8 – 10pm Richmond TW9 2RT
University of London & UCLU Folk Society Class Thursdays 6 – 8pm London WC1E 7HY
Families in London Dance Scottish Selected Saturdays Various
Upcoming Dances
Open Air Dancing Saturdays 5, 12, 19 August 2017
New Season Dance Saturday 16 September 2017
Autumn Wednesday Dance Wednesday 25 October 2017
St Andrew’s Night Ceilidh Dance Saturday 18 November 2017

Day School evening dance programme 2017

There is an evening dance following the Branch Day School on Saturday 21 October 2017 at Paddington Academy, Marylands Road, London W9 2DR from 6 – 9 p.m.
Music from Ian Muir (Prestwick) and the Day School Musicians.

RSCDS members: £7, Non-members: £8 Tickets available in advance or purchased (cash only) on the door. All dances will be recapped.

For more details and tickets please contact dayschool@rscdslondon.org.uk

The evening dance programme is:

Hooper’s Jig Collins, Cramond Bridge, The Duchess Tree, Napier’s Index, The Piper and the Penguin, The Byron Strathspey, The New Rigged Ship, Catch the Wind, The Wee Cooper of Fife, Sugar Candie, Maxwell’s Rant, Major Ian Stewart, Glasgow Country Dance, The Reel of the Royal Scots.

Crib available at http://bit.ly/2voDZiu

Branch classes

Our Branch classes resume again in September.

There are classes for all abilities – from Beginner to Advanced level. No need to bring a partner.

Come along and enjoy the fun, fitness and friendship which is Scottish Country Dancing!

New Season Dance

The programme for our New Season Dance which takes place on Saturday 16 September 2017 is now available.

With a great programme of dances and music from Craigellachie this will be an excellent start to the dancing season!

 

Report on Branch AGM and End of Season Dance

Margaret Catchick, chairing the meeting, thanked those present for attending. She summarised the Branch Report for 2016-2017 which had been sent out with Reel 300, after which Simon Wales presented the accounts.

As there were no motions, the meeting proceeded smoothly.

The meeting was followed by the Branch End of Season dance. Ian Robertson provided superb music to dance to and although numbers were not high, a great atmosphere prevailed and for once women were in short supply! Tasty refreshments were provided by Ireen, Lena, George and Thelma and our MC’s for the evening, Rachel Wilton and Andrew Kellett, guided us seamlessly through the dances.

Report on Summer Wednesday Dance 2017

Summer Wednesday Dance 2014 (01)

Nearly 80 dancers enjoyed the Summer Wednesday dance to the superb music of Chris Oxtoby on 31 May 2017.  Jane Rose was our excellent MC for the evening and tasty refreshments were again provided by our team of Margaret, Lena, and George.  Thanks go to everyone who helped in ensuring the success of the evening and to all those who attended.

Dance Programme: Jig to the Music, The Grassmarket Reel, Fair Donald, The Rutland Reel, Light and Airy, Midsummer Common, The Sailor, Round Reel of Eight, The Haar on Skye, Domino Five, John Cass, City of Belfast, The Wild Geese, The Duke of Perth.
Extra: Catch the Wind.

 

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