COVID-19: with great regret, we are cancelling our dancing until further notice.
Scottish country dancing is fun and wonderful exercise
for both body and mind. We welcome dancers of all ages and
levels of experience and our dance programmes include simple
dances for beginners as well as those for the more
experienced. We have a team of MCs who are happy to call or walk
through our dances
so that everyone can join in.
|Monday 1 March 2021||Ian Robertson
|Monday 29 March 2021||Chris Oxtoby
|Monday 19 April 2021||Ken and Barbara
|Monday 24 May 2021||Ian Robertson|
St. Columba's Lower Hall is a lovely place to
dance. Directions to the hall are given here. You don't need to come
with a partner or to wear a kilt, but should wear either pumps
or soft, flat shoes (not trainers). If you are coming
for the first time, please make yourself known to us, or
better still get in touch with Valerie beforehand.
There is no charge to attend the evenings (except for Band Nights) and dancers are asked to contribute £1.50 for tea and biscuits in the interval.
Links to the Church web-site and to other Scottish
Country Dance groups which meet at St. Columba's are on the Links page.
Further details from Valerie Strachan on 020 8693 5335 or email@example.com.
St. Columba's Dancers was formed in 1941 to provide a
social outlet for young Scots living in London. In those
days, it met on a Saturday afternoon and included singing and
table-tennis. Over the years it evolved into what
it is today: an informal sociable gathering, now of many