Autumn Wednesday 2018 report and photos

Some of our Beginners Class dancers attended the Autumn Wednesday dance on 24 October 2018. They and other enthusiastic dancers danced The Brudenell Jig, A Highland Welcome, MacDonald of the Isles, Flowers of Dunbeg, Gramachie, Granville Market, Catch the Wind, The Old Man of Storr, The Machine without Horses, The Wind on Loch Fyne, The Lass of Richmond Hill, Fair Enough, The Minister on the Loch, The Reel of the 51st Division. The lively music from Sandra Smith on piano and Barbara Manning on fiddle led to several encores and a fun evening was had by all. Read more »

End of Season AGM June Dance 2018

Saturday 9th June 2018

AGM: 6.45 – 7.30 p.m.

Dance: 7.30 – 10.30 p.m.

This dance took place after the Branch AGM to music from Calum Mitchell


Dance programme: Joie de Vivre, Summer Wooing, Lammermuir Hills, Links with St Petersburg, Summer Assembly, The Middleton Medley, The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, The Machine Without Horses, Bohemian Reflections, The Haar on Skye, EH3 7AF, Glastonbury Tor, Scotch Mist, Quarries’ Jig, The Highlandman Kissed his Mother.

Summer Wednesday Dance 2018

Summer Wednesday Dance 2014 (01)Wednesday 30 May 2018

To music from Sandra Smith and Christina Hood


Dance Programme: EH3 7AF, Festival Interceltique, Invercauld’s Reel, Miss Johnstone of Ardrossan, The Starry Eyed Lassie, Fair Donald, The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, Pelorus Jack, Hello-Goodbye, The Craven Twelvesome, Joie de Vivre , Silver Roses, Inchmickery, The De’il Amang the Tailors.

Report on Winter Wednesday Dance 2018

Winter Wednesday 2013On Wednesday 14th February 2018 dancers enjoyed the music of Sandra Smith on piano and and Christina Hood on fiddle. Dances were called by Jane Rose.


Dance programme: Charlestown Chaser, The Dunedin Festival Dance, Hello-Goodbye, Crom Allt, Fair Enough, The Valentine, The Highlandman’s Umbrella, New Year Jig, Ca’ the Ewes tae the Knowes, Blue Bonnets, Scott Meikle, C’est l’Amour, 12 Coates Crescent, The Reel of the 51st Division
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Report and photos from our Burns Ceilidh dance 2018

The Branch Burns Supper Ceilidh on 16 January 2018 was once again a great success. 170 dancers enjoyed dancing to the superb music of the Caledonian Reelers as well as enjoying the delicious traditional supper of haggis, neaps and tatties provided by Margaret Shaw and her hard-working team.  Iain Farrell piped in the haggis which was paraded by Willie Lawrence, and Ian Rutherford addressed it with great style.

Photos courtesy Jerry Reinstein.

Report and photos of our Christmas Dance 2017

Christmas Dance 2011Dancers who attended the Branch Christmas Dance were treated to a wonderful buffet provided by Margaret Shaw and her team of helpers as well as some wonderful festive music from Ian Robertson and his SCD Band. Our MCs for the evening, Rachel Wilton and Lindsey Rousseau, guided us seamlessly through the programme. We were very pleased to welcome visitors from Los Angeles and Toronto.
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St Andrew’s Night Ceilidh Dance 2017 report and photos

On Saturday 18 November 2017 dancers came to celebrate St Andrew’s Night with a ceilidh dance to music from The Caledonian Reelers with MC Simon Wales.

Dances included: The Gay Gordons, The Canadian Barn Dance, The Eva Three Step, The Britannia Two Step, The Dashing White Sergeant, St Bernard’s Waltz, The Eightsome Reel, Strip the Willow, Circle Waltz and many more.

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Society AGM 2017

Some of our members attended this year’s AGM in Perth and enjoyed the dancing on Friday and Saturday nights.

Photos courtesy Jerry Reinstein.

New Season Dance 2018

Autumn Assembly 2013 (2)Saturday 22 September 2018

Our New Season dance to music from Craigellachie


Dance programme: Good Hearted Glasgow, The Lass of Richmond Hill, Kilkenny Castle, Gothenburg’s Welcome, Mrs MacLeod, Holyrood Strathspey, It’s Just for Fun, The Wind on Loch Fyne, The Royal Yacht Britannia, It’s All Right, The Royal Deeside Railway, Miss Gibson’s Strathspey, A Trip to the Drakensberg, Miss Johnstone of Ardrossan, The Haar on Skye, MacLeod’s Fancy, MacDonald of the Isles, The Reel of the 51st Division.

 

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