Next Dance Evening & Crib

Payment by card only on the door or online in advance.  We can no longer accept cash.  
You can pay in advance for the whole Summer Term £39.60  (with 10% discount).  To pay £39.60 online click here or pay by card at the door on first Thursday of term 4 April.   

If you prefer pay as you go, it's £4 per week . To pay £4 online click here or pay by card at the door.

Time: 8pm - 10pm every Thursday (except Christmas, Maundy Thursday, Ascension and summer break).  
Venue:
St Mark's Church Hall, Surbiton KT6 4UG

Please read our COVID guidelines before attending.    

23 May 7.30-8.00pm Third Thursday Tuition (on the fourth Thursday this month due to AGM!).  All welcome - come along and practise steps and formations before the social dancing starts at 8pm

Programme for Thursday 23 May  MCs: Jenny and David

The Highland Fair J32
MacDonald of the Isles S32
Catch the Wind R32
The Diamond Jubilee J32 (for experienced dancers only)
The Falkirk Lass S32
Fisherman's Reel R32
TEA
Blue Bonnets J32
Sugar Candie S32
The McFarlanes of Mile End R32
The Surbiton Frolic R40
The Dreamcatcher S96
Tribute to the Borders J32

EXTRAS
Maxwell's Rant R32
The Wild Geese J32
Scott Meikle R32


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MC Rota: 

Date                    MCs                               
23 May     David / Jenny
30 May     Ruth / Alan - Memorial Evening for Stewart Murray
6 June      Lindsey
13 June    Deb / Libby
20 June  David / Pat
27 June  Ruth / Suzanne - End of Season

THIRD THURSDAY TUITION (TTT) - 7.30 - 8pm tuition each 3rd Thursday of the month (not December) with our RSCDS teachers Judith & Jenny

Safety: Surbiton & District Caledonian Society exists to promote the teaching and enjoyment of Scottish country dancing. To do this in a safe manner, the Society uses qualified instructors to teach the basic skills to new and less-experienced dancers. Social dancing may be led by qualified instructors or by experienced dancers or club members. The Society takes care to see that any premises used are free from hazards, and has a risk assessment in place, which is reviewed by the Committee every 12 months, or more frequently if circumstances change.