News and events
RSCDS Cape Town Branch will be holding the fifth in their popular No
Walk/No Talk evenings of dancing on Saturday 6 May to which you are all
invited. The programme and crib are available for
The event takes place at St Margaret's Church Hall in Fish Hoek at 6::45pm for 7pm and will continue till 9pm, after which we adjourn for socialising over supper at a local restaurant.
EXTRAS IF TIME:
next charity dance will be in Fish Hoek on Monday 29 May 2017. The
beneficiary will be the Gracevision. The dances are a mix of old favourites and
dances we have been learning in class this year. Recent additions to our repertoire, for example Broadway and Mrs Stewart of Fish Hoek will not only be be walked but also taught. The
programme and crib are available for download below.
Cost: R20 if you are dancing and R5 for spectators.
We hope to see you on the dance floor at this event as we dance with grace and vision.
Dress: Tartan with a touch of green
The programme and crib for our Irish themed dance class in celebration of St Patrick's Day that was deferred from Monday 20 March to Monday 27 March 2017 is available for downloading below.Scottish Country Dancers from all clubs in Cape Town are invited to join us for a fun evening of dancing.
Time: 19:50 for 20:00
All dances will be recapped and walked on request.
All Scottish country dancers are invited to an open evening in celebration of Tartan Day organised by Heather Hodgson with Fish Hoek Scottish Country Dance Club.The programme and crib are available for download below.
Spectators and newcomers to Scottish Country Dancing are most welcome.
Cost: R20 per person including tea, coffee and biscuits
Time: 19:50 for 20:00 start
Venue: St Margaret's Church Hall, Fish Hoek
Hoping that you will be able to join us.
Introductory courses to learn the basics of
Scottish Country Dancing are to be offered by the RSCDS Cape Town Branch.
Learn the basics in 8 classes
Tuesday (starting 4 April) 19:00 – 21:00
Saturday (starting 8 April) 09:00 – 11:00
Venue: Congregational Church Hall, Church Street, Claremont
Cost: R360.00 for eight lessons
To reserve a place, contact Linda. e-mail email@example.com
There will be an introductory social the week before on Friday 31 March 2017 for you to come along and see what Scottish Country Dancing is all about.
The RSCDS Cape Town Branch will be holding an Introductory Social on Friday 31 March.. All dancers are
invited to bring a friend along to come and see what Scottish Country Dancing
is all about. The programme will be a mix of Ceilidh and Scottish Country
There will be a themed dance class in Fish Hoek on Monday 13th
February 2017. Scottish Country Dancers from other clubs are welcome to join us.
1. The Ambassadors' Reel R32 3/4L Mayr: Vienna Book 2. Catch the Wind R32 3/4L Butterfield: RSCDS XLV 3. Land Of The Heather Hills S32 4/4L Priddey: Capercaillie 4. The First Rain of Spring J32 3/3L Joubert: RSCDS XLIX 5. The Dream Catcher S96 4S Orr: RSCDS XLV 6. Polharrow Burn R32 5/5L Foss: Magazine 7. The Piper and the Penguin R88 4S Goldring: RSCDS Scotia 8. The Luckenbooth Brooch J32 3/4L Dickson: Reels and Wheels (CD booklet) 9. The Byron Strathspey S32 3/3L Drewry: Deeside 2
The third Knysna Celtic Festival will be held in the beautiful Garden route town of Knysna on the weekend of Saturday 18 February. The day starts with a Street March past by 10 pipe bands as well as Massed Pipes and drums followed by a Highland gathering. Highlights of the Highland gathering include: pipe band competitions, Highland Irish and Scottish Country Dancing, Highland games with tossing the caber, Archery and Tug-of-War tournaments. The day concludes with the Sundowners Celtic & Bluegrass Concert featuring Blacksmith from Cape Town, renowned International guest stars Finlay Macdonald & Chris Stout from Scotland, singer-harpist Christy-Lyn, Irish Riverdance and the Knysna & Districts Pipe Band. There is also a Food Court and Celtic Pub at this musical extravaganza.
Scottish Country Dancers from Cape Town and the Eastern Cape will be putting on displays both at the ceilidh on the Friday evening and also at the Highland gathering on the Saturday.
Knysna Celtic Festival Facebook page or web site for further information about
the event or contact Heather Hodgson (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you wish to know about the Scottish
Country Dancers involvement at the festival. There is also a short promotional video on Youtube showcasing this fun, annual celebration of all things Celtic.
Fish Hoek Scottish Country Dance Club's first class of 2017 on Monday 23 January will also be a special Burns Night dance class.. Dancers from all the SCD clubs are invited to join us.Time: 19:45 for 20:00 start
We look forward to welcoming you back on the dance floor.
Cost: R20 including tea, coffee and biscuits.
All dances will be recapped but only walked on request.