Do you like Ceilidh dancing and are you up for a challenge? Do you want to get fit and make new friends? Come Scottish Country Dancing - it is open to all, male or female, and partners are not required. You don't need to wear anything fancy, casual clothes and soft shoes are fine. There is car parking opposite the venue, next to Discovery Point. Further information available from Mary Cant (mary.cant [at] btinternet.com)
What is Scottish country dancing?
Scottish country dancing (SCD) is a social form of dance, usually with 3-5 couples dancing in a 'set'. There are SCD groups across the country and indeed in many corners of the world. Dances consist of a series ofpatterns or 'formations', some of which may seem complex at first, but are soon accomplished after a few repetitions.
Beginners classes start with easy dances, such as the Virginia Reel and Dashing White Sergeant, and various formations are gradually introduced. Although it may seem confusing at first, most dancers find their expertise gradually increases after a few weeks, and new movements are more easily assimilated. The classes have experienced volunteers who are more than happy to help new dancers through the dances. The dance sets are comprised of couples, but no partner is required as there is a lot of mixing of couples and sets during the evening.
Angus, Dundee and Perthshire
Station Arts Centre, Riverside Drive, DD1 4DB
(First door west of the new Sleeperz Hotel)
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Mary Cant (mary.cant [at] btinternet.com)