Classes are on Monday evenings, (except most bank holidays) with the last date in the summer term on 24 June 2024. The autumn term starts on 9 September 2024.

Classes start at 7.35pm at a hall in north Sutton Coldfield B74 4. Full tuition by a qualified friendly teacher - lots of laughs are promised!

Scottish dancing is fun, and helps you to keep fit as well as being a sociable activity. Come and give it a try - you'll find we are very welcoming. We often have a separate session for new dancers.

Men note: you don't need a kilt.


Beginners' questions

Will I feel welcome? One of our beginners said: "The fact that you make it easier for new members to join in with established dancers on Mondays, by having some basic teaching from a very tolerant and patient tutor is matched by the friendliness of the group. Rarely have I been involved with any group who aren't the least bit 'cliquey'. Made a huge difference being welcomed and accepted so readily."

Do I need to bring a partner? No, we change partners regularly and partners will be arranged for you. If you have never tried Scottish dancing before, we will start you with easy moves.

Can I bring a partner who doesn't dance? Indeed, you can. They will find plenty of people to talk to and the tea break is particularly sociable!

What should I wear? Any light clothing will be fine. We suggest layers; Scottish dancing is not a strenuous exercise, but it is exercise and you are likely to get warm so may want to remove a jumper, for example. Bring light shoes, preferably with a thin sole. Those of us who dance regularly wear ghillies or ballet pumps, but these aren't necessary to start with.


We sometimes help groups arrange ceilidhs; if you would like to hold a ceilidh for your organisation, please contact us. We have had many satisfied groups. Here is an example of a letter after a Burns Night ceilidh dancing which we led in 2024 for a Punjabi group: " You are such a wonderful leader!  Your instructions were clear and dance floor was full!  That tells something about the interest & enthusiasm you generated."

A ceilidh is a bit like a barn dance; the MC helps everyone enjoy simple dances to lively music.

If you have any more questions concerning Scottish Country Dancing or want to get more information please email us at enquiries@rscdssuttoncoldfield.org.uk or phone 07900 896908‬.



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Paddocks 2023

Men note: you don't need a kilt