Royal Scottish Country
You don't need to be a Scot
You don't need a partner
You don't need a kilt
All you need is a pair of soft soled shoes and a desire to dance!
New to Scottish Country Dancing?
Classes are every Thursday from 7:30 to 10pm, with simpler dances for less experienced dancers in the first half. There will be regular dancing after a short break until 10pm.
Scottish dance is fun, good exercise and a great way to meet and make new friends.
We normally meet at St Monica’s. The fee for each class is £6.00 for members, £4.00 beginners, £2 for students.
This year’s AGM will be during the break in dancing on 16 November. There is no charge for this class.
Want to join us?
Our membership page has all the benefits of membership and how to join.
When and where we dance
Summer term has now ended. The autumn term begins on 7 September.
We welcome those new to Scottish dancing as well as our experienced dancers. Please feel free to bring a friend along.
Classes begin at 7:30pm with easier dances for less experienced dancers until 8:45. More experienced dancers are welcome. After a break the dancing will be aimed at more advanced dancers from 9 until 10.
Tutor Catherine Livsey, musician Judith Muir. Morning class for less experienced dancers 10:15 to 12:30, afternoon for more experienced, 14:15 to 16:30, at St Monica's. Evening dance 18:30 to 21:30 at St Peter's, Henleaze to Ian and Judith Muir and the Day School band.Find out more »
Charity Number: 1059608
Where we dance
We dance at St Monica's, Henleaze, Bristol, BS9 3TN on a Thursday evening.