RSCDS Brighton Branch

Scottish Country Dance Events Coming up Soon

Scottish country dances and other events run by or sponsored by RSCDS Brighton Branch in Sussex. See also our past events.

u3a Dance, Saturday 20th January 2024 at 7pm

Join the Arun East u3a Scottish Country Dancing group for an evening of Scottish Country Dancing at The Barn, East Preston, 7pm-10pm. Cake, biscuits, tea and coffee will be available in the interval.
£5 at the door but please book your place by email to . before January 11th. See the online cribs and diagrams.

Valentine Dance, 17th February 2024 at 7pm (Brighton)

a valentine's rose Our Brighton Branch Valentine Dance with Rod Burrows at Hurstpierpoint Village Centre Trinity Road Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex BN6 9UY. Tickets £5 (non-dancers £2) at the door.

Tea, coffee and squash provided; please bring your own cup, and if you wish to eat bring your own food, cutlery etc..
A printable programme and cribs and diagrams are available.

Beginners and Improvers' Afternoon of Dance, Sunday April 14th, 2pm

Mervyn Brighton Branch are pleased to sponsor this Scottish country dance class taught by Mervyn Short. It is aimed at people who know the basic steps and figures but wish to improve their technique, ability and knowledge.
To be held at the Rawson Hall, The Street, Bolney RH17 5PF. Cost £8 at the door.
Tap to see the Flyer for Mervyn's Improvers' class. Please let know you are coming.

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  

More Scottish dance events ...

Brighton Branch
To see what we have been doing up to now, you can reminisce with this list of Brighton Branch past events.

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

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