We have created a new Scottish Dancing at home page under the Branch Activities menu where you can find information about some of the ideas we have to while away the hours until we can all dance together again.
The page will hopefully be updated regularly. Take a look!
Sadly due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation the RSCDS has decided to cancel this year’s Summer School. Please visit their website for further information.
The Branch runs classes and dances in Scottish Country Dancing 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.
NEXT DANCE EVENT – TO BE ADVISED
|London Branch Classes|
|Beginners and Improvers Class||Wednesdays 7 – 9pm||London SW10 0AY|
|Technique Class for Intermediate and Advanced Dancers||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 * see updates on page for class venue||Wednesdays 7.30 – 10pm||Richmond TW9 1DH|
|Families in London Dance Scottish||Selected Saturdays||Clapham SW11 1EQ|
|Technique Class for advanced and very advanced dancers||Selected Sundays 11.30am – 1.30pm||WC1N 1DN|
|Christmas Dance||Saturday 19 December 2020|
Unfortunately, our Family class on 14 March 2020 has been cancelled.
Please check the class page for details of future classes.
This took place on Sunday March 1 2020 at London Scottish Regimental Headquarters, 95 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 2DX
An Afternoon Tea Dance with entertainment items. Music provided by Ian Robertson and his Scottish Dance Band.
Application forms for our Grand Autumn Ball are now available to apply for tickets online or download a paper form to post.
See our Grand Autumn Ball page for more details.
Reel 311 is soon to arrive for members and subscribers. Reel 310 is now available to read online.
Consider subscribing to our quarterly magazine or become a Branch member and receive The Reel as part of your membership. The magazine features reports on Branch activities and events and has a wide range of articles on Scottish country dance and music. There is usually a dance corner page which often features a new dance. We welcome letters to the editor or perhaps you might like to contribute an article to the magazine.
RICHMOND BEGINNERS & IMPROVERS CLASS
The class will currently take place at Richmond Library Annexe, Quadrant Road, Richmond TW9 1DH. This is about 5 minutes walk from our previous venue at Oddfellows hall and similar from the station.
The class starts at 7.30pm but will finish slightly earlier than previously at 9.30pm.
126 dancers enjoyed the Burns’ Ceilidh Dance at St Columba’s Church on Saturday 11th January. The assembly danced a popular dance programme with lively music being provided by the “Caledonian Reelers”. The traditional piping in of the haggis was followed by a spirited rendition of Burns’ “Ode To A Haggis”. Then the dancers were treated to a piping hot meal of haggis, neeps and tatties. The dancing resumed and the evening finally ended with “Auld Lang Syne”.
Photos courtesy Stephen Webb