We now have a programme for this dance on 22 August, see below, and here is a crib:
Or follow this link https://my.strathspey.org/dd/list/29331/ where you will get a listing with links to cribs, diagrams, and videos (of varying quality!) of the dances.
To reserve tickets contact the club email email@example.com or Duncan Barnet on 0118 956 9289
GARDEN PARTY with DANCING
Saturday 10 July from 3pm until 7pm in Sara and Mike’s garden.
Bring your own picnic – more details to follow.
with music from IAN and JUDITH MUIR
Sunday 22 August from 3pm to 6.30pm
at Swallowfield Parish Hall,
Reading RG7 1QX.
More information to follow but note that the hall has a sprung floor!
AT ST ANDREW’S
We aim to start dancing again from Wednesday 30 June if the church is willing to take bookings or as soon thereafter as possible. We will dance through the summer and start off with a repertoire of simpler dances so that we can get our brains in gear and our bodies fitter. The evenings will be taken by Steve Kelly, Anne Carter or committee members if neither of them is available. (The church kitchen has been refurbished and is looking very smart.)
Our annual ball was scheduled for Saturday 6 February 2021 at the Abbey School. Due to the covid-19 pandemic restrictions we had to cancel. If you would like to see what you missed here is a crib
and if you follow this link https://my.strathspey.org/dd/list/28220/ you will get a listing with links to cribs and videos of the dances.
There are a variety of ways to keep in touch with dancing on-line.
https://www.rscds.org/get-involved/dance-scottish-home gives you access to a weekly podcast with music and chat about dances. If you click on a week you will get access to that week’s email Newsletter which has a link to that week’s podcast. At the foot of the page you can access all the weekly online dance classes that the RSCDS has been putting on. You do not have to be a RSCDS member to access these resources.
If you are on Facebook you can look for “Tunes in the Hoose” – musicians located in different places, and even in different countries, magically playing together. The original concept was thought up by Martin MacLeod Snr, a founding member of Capercaillie, inspired by Shetland accordionist Peter Wood, who was posting daily ‘tunes in his hoose’ whilst in isolation. The initial collaboration between Martin and Peter was stitched together by Martin MacLeod Jr, a filmmaker based in Glasgow, marking the start of the internationally-acclaimed community known as “Tunes in the Hoose.”