Dances - Glasgow Branch

Contact:    Aileen Warwick  - email: for info or reservations. 
Glasgow Branch appreciates that Covid may be still with us, so please do not come along if you have symptoms.

   Glasgow Branch 100th Book:
Story of Glasgow Branch with 13 Dances (£10) contact for book

Our Branch Dances are social occasions, see FAQ's for some details.
All Branch Dances normally are 7.30 - 10.30 pm. Tickets cost £12/£6 [dancers/non-dancers & students]
[Midwinter Ball is different re times and price, book with Aileen.]

Paying for Branch Dances by bank transfer is preferred, details
 (Ref: is code by dance below + your name. Please pay at least 2 days in advance). 

  Refreshments - please bring your own mug. (Tea/coffee and biscuits provided).  

Some dates for your diary.  For programme, click name of dance.  See updated venues

New: links alongside 'cribs' to Strathspey Server for Programmes & all Cribs and Videos.


Fri 1 Dec Christmas Dance (DNDE) Màrtainn Skene Duo, Milngavie Town Hall, G62 8BZ, Crib  Diagram Crib; Strathspey


Sun 7 Jan  Midwinter Ball walk-through, 2pm-5pm, St Andrew's Church, Lower Hall, Roman Road, Bearsden, G61 2SN.

Fri 12 Jan Midwinter Ball (BALL) Ian Muir Band, Normany Hotel, Crib  Diagram Crib; Strathspey
Tickets - £32. Overnight B&B £65 pp (whether single, twin or double) waiting list only

Sat 20 Jan Branch Dance (DNJA) Matthew Maclennan, New Kilpatrick Church Hall, G61 3RT, Crib  Diagram CribStrathspey

Fri 9 Feb Nice 'n Easy Dance (DNFE) Susan McFadyen Duo, Milngavie Town Hall, G62 8BZ, Crib  Diagram Crib; Strathspey

Fri 8 Mar Branch Dance (DNMR) Jim Lindsay Duo, New Kilpatrick Church Hall, G61 3RT, Crib  Diagram Crib 

Fri 12 Apr Branch Dance (DNAP) Marian Anderson Duo, TBA, Crib  Diagram Crib 

At all Dances there is a clear recap for each dance.  The Dance programmes are varied with old favourites and less familiar dances.

For Dance videos: click link, select Dance starting letter, choose dance and scroll down past crib to video.

Nice and Easy Dances often in February, May and November, encourage those who may be less experienced.  Dances can be walked through.   
Once a year there may be a Challenging Dance and, as the name implies, this Dance is aimed at the experienced dancer. 

For more dances and events in the area see  Other Events.