Monday Programme
Michaelmas Term 2015

Cribs can be found at: Leeds Branch database, Strathspey Server, or they will be mailed to you if you join our mailing list.

WINTER DANCE on Monday 20th November; 1930, Emmanuel URC

On the 20th November we will be having a WINTER DANCE rather than our regular class. This will be at the EMMANUEL UNITED REFORM CHURCH on Trumpington Street, and it will begin at the EARLIER THAN USUAL time of 19:30. This will be a Social Dance (as the 2nd half of our regular classes is), all dances will be walked and called and the programme is intended to be accessible to beginners. Tickets are 7 pounds, 3 pounds for students. The programme can be found here if you want to consult it in advance (you don't need to).

Regular classes will resume at the start of Lent term; 8-10pm on Mondays.

Classes will begin with a half hour of ceilidh dancing to warm up, followed by half an hour of teaching of steps and figures and then one hour of social dancing using the things we have learned.

Beginners are always welcome and there is no need to bring a partner or to have special shoes, wear something you are comfortable moving about in. All dances will be fully walked and called and anything that anyone indicates they don't understand will be explained.
Wednesday Programme

Wednesday Class is 8pm-10pm
Wednesday Class begins on the 7th October and continues until the 2nd December. Kate Gentles will be teaching this class which is more oriented towards learning formal technique than Monday night classes. All are welcome to attend if they wish to learn more about this aspect of Scottish dance. These classes are in the same location as Monday night classes

Ladies' Step
Kate Gentles will be teaching Ladies' Step dancing on 25th October, and 29th November at The Centre at St Paul's , Hills Road, Cambridge from 14:30 to 17:00 (these are Sunday afternoons). Ladies' step is mostly solo dancing, no partners needed, and is not exclusively for ladies (people of all genders welcome). Classes are 3 pounds if you are a student, 5 pounds otherwise. Details of which dances will be taught are likely to be available nearer the time. more details at the rscds page

Lindsey Ibbotson will be teaching Highland dancing on the 8th October, 12th November and 10th December from 19:00 - 21:00 (these are Thursday evenings) at St Mark's community centre. No partner or experience necessary. more details at the rscds page