Combined Societies Dance 2020

This dance will take place on Saturday 4 April 2020 from 7.00 – 10.30pm at St Columba’s Chruch Hall, Pont Street SW1X 0BD to music from The Sandy Nixon Trio. This year the event is hosted by The London Highland Club.

Dance programme: Hooper’s Jig, The Belle of Bon Accord, J.B. Milne, Inchmickery, The Rose of the North, Scott Meikle, Les Remparts de Seville, The Dream Catcher, Red House, Postie’s Jig, Glastonbury Tor, City of Belfast, Pelorus Jack, Polharrow Burn, The Gentleman, The Kelloholm Jig, The Byron Strathspey, Major Ian Stewart, Montparnasse, Mairi’s Wedding.

Crib at: www.londonhighlandclub.co.uk

Tickets: £13 on the door

 


Contact details for the Combined Societies are:

London Highland Club – holds formal and informal dances at St Columba’s Church, Pont St on Saturdays. Contact Catriona Bennett on +44 (0) 20 8544 5558 or email
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St Columba’s Dancers – hold formal and informal dances at St Columba’s Church, Pont St most Mondays from Sept – May. Contact Bob Harman on 020 8642 7192 or email  – Website

Little Ship Club – is a well-established Scottish country dance group who meet at St Columba’s Pont Street on Thursday evenings every three weeks from September to May. We dance a wide variety of dances as well as the more familiar ones. We very often have a musician playing for us, and as a friendly social group we are always willing to welcome new members. It may be helpful to know the basic steps, but most dances are walked through. We break halfway through the evening for a picnic supper that participants bring themselves. Contact Stuart Thom on 0207 924 2081 or email.

London Reels – London Reels meets once per month (September – June) in the lower hall of St Columba’s Church in Pont Street,  SW1. This is a fantastic venue which can accommodate over 200 dancers on its large wooden dance floor.

We welcome novice and experienced reelers from around the world of all ages and backgrounds to share in this most beloved of Scottish pastimes.

At London Reels we teach and practise a limited number of dances. Beginners are especially welcome, and we pride ourselves on our ability to convert sceptical first-timers into reeling devotees!