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If you can't find the group you are looking for here, it is probably worth checking out the Celtic Circle listing as well.
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:
Brussels Dance Scottish was founded in 1973 by Mrs Ren�e Campbell as St. Andrew's Church Scottish Country Dance Group.
Classes are on Thursdays 20-22hrs except during Belgian school holidays (consult our webpage for the list of dates with no class). The teachers are Anne Scobie and Jette Rossen.
Class venue: Pianofabriek, Rue du Fort 35, 1060 St Gilles (Brussels)
Information supplied by Jette Rossen.
SCD Club - Prague was established to promote Scottish Country Dancing in Praha (Czech Republic). We organize SCD socials every first Thursday in a month. Just come and don�t forget to bring a smile and a sense of fun!
Please feel free to contact (E-mail or phone) these persons.
Va�ek Pol�k: (420 2) 684 0337
Irena Samcov�: (420 2) 333 71 456, mobil:0604 474618
Information supplied by Vaclav Polak (email@example.com).
Welcome to Brittany! Bienvenus en Bretagne!
In order to make the RSCDS more visible in NW France, we have created a new Branch. The RSCDS page is now in existence. Because of the coronavirus, we have been slowed in our preparations and we have still not been able to organize official meetings with our Breton hosts the Cercle Celtique de Rennes because Rennes has become a COVID crisis centre and their president actually works in the central hospital...
The RSCDS-Breton Branch supports Scottish Country Dancing from Rennes (the capital of Brittany) to Finistère…. the end of the world! Most nights of the week between September and July people are dancing Scottish somewhere in Brittany with mixed ability groups, often bilingual and always very friendly. The RSCDS-BB runs an annual dance workshop, and specific Dancing Days to improve technique or to prepare “animations” when we have been invited – for example to “British Weekend” in Josselin, or to a “Europe Day” in Lannion or Combourg. We support our dance groups other Celtic events by adding Scottish culture; and we offer our services to schools where we can bring Scottish culture, music and dance into English language classes.
Our Branch website will be (when we have managed to work with the Rennes webmaster set up the page) : cercleceltiquederennes.org/RSCDS Details of classes in Rennes (not yet restarted because of COVID): https://cercleceltiquederennes.org/index.php/danses-ecossaises/
Contact: Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Who or what are we? It`s very simple. If you like Scottish music and dancing, having a blether or just watching people enjoying themselves, then that is who and what we are.
We are a group of resident Scots promoting Scottish cultural and social evenings in and around Munich. We have ceilidhs, hill walks, sports days and our two gala evenings: the St. Andrew's Dinner Dance and of course the Burns Supper.
Why not come along and find out for yourseleves - I`m sure you won`t regret it!
Information supplied by Annie Tabacchi
The club address is:
Information supplied by Kerstin Kuhn.
We meet most Thursday evenings from early September - late June at 8:15pm in the hall of York Road Presbyterian Church, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. We are lucky enough to have class musicians, and teaching is shared between 3 dancers.
Visitors and new dancers, whether beginners or experienced, are always welcome, and can contact the Secretary, Florrie, on 01 288 8328 or email@example.com. Our website is https://dublinscdclub.wordpress.com/.Information supplied by Helen Beaney.
The Florence Scottish Association of Florence meets once a month on Saturdays from 20:30 to 23:00 at the DLF in via Paisiello 131, Florence. Occasional extra dates, such as the St. Andrews Ball and Robert Burn's Night, are also planned. The teacher and dance director is Donald Francis.
We hold 10 week courses in Scottish Country Dancing (all levels) in the Autumn (September to November) leading up to our St Andrew�s Night, in the Winter (January-March), also to prepare for our Burns Night, and in the Spring/early summer. We do not meet in June-August. We meet at All Saints Church, Via Solferino 17, Milan on Monday evenings during courses, which generally end with a ceilidh.
The Association Societa' di Danza, directed by Fabio Mollica, has regular courses of scottish country dances and XIX Century dances in several cities, with various teachers, and is affiliated to the RSCDS. Several balls and events are organized during the year. The Societa' di Danza organizes an Easter School and a Summer School, more information can be found at www.societadidanza.it/stage.html
Contact: Societa' di Danza, Via Cavallerini 6, 41100 Monde, Italy
They can be contacted at: Phone: +31-30-6047796
They can be contacted at: Ursulaland 141, 2591 GW Den Haag
Phone: +31-70-382 11 75
Fax: +31-70-382 11 75
They can be contacted at: Werflaan 68, 2725 DJ Zoetermeer
Phone (Home): +31-79-346 07 23
Phone (Office): +31-70-314 62 98
Fax (Office): +31-70-314 70 56
The Frisky have now merged with The Rowan Tree Dancers.
Update from Eric Ferguson based on the-frisky.nvs-dance.nl.
The Thistle Club in Eindhoven meet on Wednesdays between 20:30 and 22:45 in De Landing, Tarwelaan 109, Eindhoven, (Country) and on Mondays between 20:30 and 22:30 in De Werf, v.d. Werffstraat 14, Eindhoven (alternately Country and Highland). The teachers for the Country classes are Petra Siemons & Rik de Vroome; for Highland classes Rik de Vroome.
They can be contacted at: De Tol 421, 2266 EH Leidschendam
They can be contacted at: Stationsstraat 45, 4701 NC Roosendaal
They can be contacted at: Zernikeweg 50, 3731 KE De Bilt
The St Andrews Society of the Netherlands' Reel Club meets every Friday from September - June in Cultureel Centrum Warenar, Kerkstraat, Wassenaar. The main event in the Society's year is the St. Andrew's Ball in November. Non-members are very welcome to attend all events.
Information supplied by St. Andrew's Society, firstname.lastname@example.org
Scottish dancing arrived to Poland 10 years ago at the time when folk culture from various regions of the world gained popularity. SCD and highland Scottish dancing demonstrations always attract a great number of viewers, some of them joined Scottish dancing classes. ISTA School Dance in co-operation with teachers being RSCDS members offers Scottish dancing classes, weekend workshops and organises ceilidhs. Dancers from Poland as well as foreign visitors are always most welcome to join our classes and dance with us elegant strathspeys, dynamic reels and jigs and, the most fit can dance also highland dancing.
Would you like to know more about Scottish dancing in Poland? Would you like to join our classes, workshops or ceilidh? Contact us at:
Our mission is to popularise Scottish dancing in Poland, thus we have articles on Scottish dancing and on its history (in Polish only for the time being). These articles, as we believe, can be of a great help to Poles looking for information about Scottish Dancing.
Celtica-SCD branches out from an association that re-enacts Celtic culture. Apart from being enamoured by the ancient Celts, we were connected by our love of dance. We have chosen Scottish Country Dancing, because all the pleasure from dancing for us comes not from solo shows but from dancing together with other people who are as passionate about it as we are. The group was created in May 2008 and at present it has 15 members. We are not only interested in dance, but also in the historical backdrop of the dance. For that reason we try to focus on 18th century and women�s dresses are a testimony to that, as well as the fact that most of the dances that are in our repertoire come from the end of 18th or the beginning of the 19th century. In fall 2008 we are starting a course of open SCD workshops. We are also planning to organise a number of events including social dances and Scottish balls.
Information provided by Katarzyna (Kate) Klimas
In summer 2014, Humpty-Dumpty Dance School was reorganized. Humpty-Dumpty Scottish group decided to continue its mission as an independent school called Schiehallion. Nadezhda Alkimovich and Sergey Kargapoltsev head the new school.
Kirochnaya street d.17 kv.19.
Saint-Petersburg - 191123
Information supplied by Sergey Kargapoltsev.
Geneva SCD Club meets on Thursdays 18:00�20:00 from Mid September to mid-June � Outside school holidays. We meet in the basement of Ecole Necker, rue Necker 4, CH-1201 Geneva.
Beginners class every second Sunday 17h30-19h. Contact us for dates.
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