'Kilts and Posh Frocks' Dance Biggest Ever
Over eighty attend annual Chiswick Scottish Country Dance Club event
Over eighty Scottish Country dancers gathered at Chiswick Scottish Country Dance Club on Sunday (13 December) for the club's fourteenth “Kilts and Posh Frocks” dance.
This year it was held at the larger Chiswick School to meet increasing demand. Members and friends of the thriving Chiswick Scottish Country Dance Club celebrated the end of Autumn term with this popular Christmas celebration.
Dave Hall’s Scottish Dance Band who travelled from Scotland provided a range of happy dancing tunes ensuring that “Kilts and Posh Frocks” went with a swing.
“The White Heather Jig” and “The Dancing Master” were among the many dances which graced this most sociable and friendly of evenings.
Club Chairman Michael Nolan said: “Kilts & Posh Frocks” has become a Christmas tradition that we all look forward to. Having it at this larger venue meant that we could invite dancers from a wider area.
With a growing membership, Chiswick Scottish Country Dance Club restarts on 10 January for a season of classes and social dancing at St Michael & All Angels Church Hall, Bath Road, Chiswick W4 1TT next to Turnham Green Underground Station
The club welcomes beginners as well as more experienced dancers. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before coming.
For more information visit the Chiswick Scottish web site.
December 18, 2015