Non-Scottish (but related) Dance groups

This page contains dance groups related to SCD I know of, together with links to their home pages if I know of them. For some groups I only have their homepage link. I have marked these with "(link only)". If I have missed your favourite group out, I'd love to know so I can add them to this page.

There are also pages for SCD groups in

Since anyone anywhere in the world can read this page, I have not included contact addresses or telephone numbers unless I have specifically been given permission. Please contact me if you want contact information.

The groups are arranged by country and then in alphabetical order of location, and are:


The Singleton Cloggers

The Singleton Cloggers are a North West of England traditional Lancashire mixed clog dancing team specializing in local dances many of which were devised in Singleton itself and named after local land marks and people.

The Singleton Cloggers have arranged to have a web site built so everyone can see what they're all about... You can email them at

Information supplied by Peter Skinner (



Nrityanjali Academy is a folk Dancing Group from Andhra Pradesh in India.

It is established in the year 1989, and has been presenting rich South Indian classical Dances/Folk dances of South India i.e., Andhra Pradesh in various festivals. Till date the organisation has got the chance to participate in the festivals organized by various cultural centres of India and abroad. Organisation has been actively organised many dance events and festivals with the help of govt., of India and also govt., of Andhra Pradesh.

We are a group of damcers from Southern part of India i.e., Andhra pradesh and are able to present India classical dances/ Traditional folk dances. We have the caliber of presenting the various dance forms for two and half hours. Entertaining the people, presenting the Indian Classical dances/ Folk dances, Folk Music.

We to our credit have produced many Dance Ballets,/Folk dances etc., the following are some of the dance ballets which we have produced in classical indian dance style:-


The following are some of the rich south indian folk dances :-



Nrityanjali Academy. H.No: 9-3-501,
Regimental Bazaar
Andhra Pradesh,

Information supplied by P.NARSING RAO (



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