Consisting of jigs, slides, polkas and reels Irish set dancing is a fun, vibrant and fresh style of dancing. With four couples in a set of eight dancers it is lively, energetic, and great fun.
Each set is made up of a number of figures, usually between 3 – 6 figures for each set and will take anywhere from 5 minutes to 20 minutes to complete a full set.
Irish set dancing has been running in Newton Abbot for many years and now this popular, social dance will be happening in Exeter on a regular basis at St Thomas Church Hall, Church Road, Exeter EX4 1AP. No experience or partner required, all dances will be taught and called throughout.
Friday evenings: May 18th, June 15th, July 20th 7.45 to 10.00pm. £5 on the door
For further information, contact John on 07903 125606 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday 2nd August 8.30 Bicton Session Night An evening of impromptu acoustic folk music performed by a throng of musicians. The sessi...
Greg Hancock Gigs 2018 Saturday 6 October 2018 - St Paul's Church, Starcross
Thursday 28 June 8.30 pm Bicton Folk Night Exmouth Shanty Man Derek Brooks invites you to join him and friends for a traditional folk n...
Two Devon musicians have been selected as finalists for Fatea's 30th Birthday Bash later this year. Greg Hancock and Ben Morgan-Brown wo...