RSCDS Brighton Branch

Forthcoming Events

Current events programme of Scottish country dance balls, dances and other events by RSCDS Brighton Branch in Sussex, 2018 onwards.

Dances from RSCDS Book 52, September 2nd, 2-6pm

Join Mervyn Short as he introduces the dances from RSCDS Book 52 at Rawson Hall, Bolney, RH17 5PF, 5. See Fran's Book 52 Flyer.
Sponsored by RSCDS Brighton Branch, organised by Fran Bramham, taught by Mervyn Short.

Afternoon Beginners' and Improvers' Course, September 23rd, 2-5pm

dancers from Fran's flyer An afternoon course for those wishing to improve their Scottish Country Dancing Skills. Learning basic steps and formations with Mervyn Short.
To be held at Rawson Hall, Bolney, RH17 5PF, 5. See Fran's Flyer.
Sponsored by RSCDS Brighton Branch, organised by Fran Bramham, taught by Mervyn Short.

Hallowe'en dance on Saturday October 27th 2018

church by Knoyle Hall An informal, themed dance to recorded music with Rod Burrows as MC. At the Knoyle Hall (St John the Evangelist) Knoyle Road, Preston (Brighton) BN1 6RB. The hall is near Preston Park station and on bus routes 5, 5A, 271/2/3 and 747.

Tickets on the door, price 5 (non-dancers 2).

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided but please feel free to bring your own food and drink if you prefer.

hallowe'en skeletons A costume suggestive of Hallowe'en is optional - but if you wear one, please make sure you can dance in it!

Tap on the link for our (spooky printable programme to follow) or try the interactive programme.

Even more Scottish dance events ...

Brighton Branch
You can reminisce with the Brighton Branch past events list.

The Sussex Association of Scottish Societies (SASS - takes you to SASSSASS) is an umbrella group we belong to which co-ordinates local Scottish dance events throughout Sussex.

Pont Street See RSCDS London for the South-East Dance Diary of Scottish country dancing events in the south-east of England.

dancing four hands round, photo by Susanna Hawkins   many dances end with dancing eight hands round as shown here, photo by Carol Knights   turn under, photo by Annie Hill