From Glasgow Branch -
Dance Passion - a clip from # Dance passion - look for the RSCDS Glasgow group, who took part:
An extraordinary performance in BBC Scotland’s Pacific Quay building featuring Scottish Ballet’s Barnaby Rook Bishop alongside Barrowland Ballet/Wolf Pack, the Dance School of Scotland, The Dimestop, Indepen-dance, PRIME/Dance Base, the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Tamsyn Russell Dance, Shaper/Caper: The Body, TuFlamenco and Ydance (Scottish Youth Dance), choreographed and filmed in a single take by Jamiel Laurence.
Other Dance videos and items of interest.
The Story of The Reel of the 51 https://canvas-story.bbcrewind.co.uk/sites/dancing-for-victory/
RSCDS HQ has a variety of video links see https://www.rscds.org/blog/bbc-dancepassion-round-up
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Site updated April 2019
23 November 201895th Anniversary weekend
RSCDS Glasgow Branch celebrated their 95th Anniversay w/e with a formal dance on Friday 23 Nov 2018, an afternoon tea at the House of an Art Lover on Saturday afternoon 24 Nov 2018 and a General Dance on Saturday 24 Nov 2018.
What tells the stories best but the photos?
Cakes were cut:
On the Friday by our own Chair, Margaret Sanders and the RSCDS Honorary President Jean Martin.
On the Saturday by our younger Committee Members, Scott Smith and Eilidh Hart.
Friday: The formal Welcome to our visitors - RSCDS Hon President, Jean Martin, RSCCS Chair, Andrew Kellett, our own Hon President, Ruth Beattie and Hon Vice President, John Johnson - with speeches, followed by a tasty buffet supper and the all important dancing.
The new dance by Chris Sanders, Glasgow 95 Strathspey, was demonstrated - a three x three triangle set - worth a look.
See the photos here. Can you see yourself among the happy dancers?
Saturday afternoon: About 70 Members and friends gathered at the House of an Art Lover. An enjoyable sociable event in a lovely location, video and some photos.
Saturday evening: Well over 100 dancers gathered in Milngavie Town Hall - the energy of the young dancers was infectious - see for yourselves.......
Photos here. ..... plenty of floor space for chatting in the interval.
Memorabilia items were on show, see here.
Photos: thanks to Alasdair Graham (Fri 24 Nov and Strathspey video); Patrick Murray (Sat 24 Nov); Eilidh Hart and Scott Smith (Sat 24 Nov Tea).