- Last Updated: Monday, 24 July 2017 19:17
|Welcome to the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, Edinburgh Branch. Since our formation in 1924, we have promoted Scottish Country dancing for the fun, fitness and friendship it can provide. Now in our 94th year, we continue to offer classes, workshops, dances and events for all ages and experience levels. Keep reading to see what is coming up in the near future, and explore the rest of our site for more information.|
A special thanks to Blacketyside Farm and Teashop who are once again providing us with their delicious strawberries.
It's a great programme with lots of popular dances, and don't forget the strawberries and cream...
Join us, as the Edinburgh Festivals draw to a close, for
a fun evening for all the family. This event is suitable for all, no previous experience is necessary.
Our Festival Ceilidh on Friday 25th August is a great event to bring your friends to, no matter what age they are.
Dancing to Graeme Munro and his Clappy Doo Ceilidh Band, all the dances will be expertly called on the night.
Tickets are available now via our website Paypal page.
There is something for everyone at our classes, whether you have lots of experience or have never danced in your life there is a class to suit you!
Scottish country dancing is a great way to keep fit, have fun and make new friends.
Our classes restart in September and more information will be available here in August.
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Dancing through the Decades
We are delighted to be hosting "Dancing through the Decades" in the Central Library of the City of Edinburgh throughout August.
This display of our archives from 1924 to date has lots to see and learn about, and it's FREE.
Did you know that in 1943 we donated £20 5s to HQ to help maintain the RSCDS through the war years? There are lots of interesting facts, photos and memorabilia showing our activities over the past 90 years including what we do today
Whilst you are there you might want to browse the Scottish heritage collections that are in the library.
The exhibition is predominantly in the Edinburgh and Scottish Rooms, with additional displays en route to the Fine Arts Room, at the Central Library, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EG.
The library opening hours are:
Mon - Weds 10am - 8pm
Thurs – Sat 10am - 5pm
Our Demonstration Group had the privilege of promoting Scotland and Scottish dancing in Barcelona at the Jornades Internacionals Folklòriques. Watch them dancing the Gay Gordons on La Rambla during the La Mercè Festival 2016.
If you are looking for a unique experience to complete your event our team of dancers can help.
We can provide anything from a short dancing display to hosting an evening of Ceilidh dancing complete with a caller, ensuring that your guests take home happy memories and an unforgettable experience of Scottish culture.Whatever the event, the flexibility of using us ensures that your function will be a resounding success.
as the sun sets under the shadow of Edinburgh Castle is something really special and generations of Scottish dancers have enjoyed this.
Local dancers continue to organise dancing, both outdoor (Mondays) and indoor (Tuesdays), throughout the summer so that dancers from near and far can indulge their enthusiasm. It’s a great way to have fun, keep fit and meet new friends from around the world every week.
All of the dances are demonstrated by local groups and everyone is made to feel very welcome.
Contact us to access the members’ area.
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