Our branch classes
Each of the classes below is taught by a qualified RSCDS teacher and provides the opportunity to progress from beginner to intermediate and advanced level dancing. Once new dancers have gained sufficient confidence, they are encouraged to take part in our Social Dances where all dances are walked through. We also hold our Annual Ball for more experienced dancers and a Nice 'n' Easy Social especially for newer dancers. For more details, see our Events Page.
TUESDAY EVENINGS (September-May)
We are recommencing our classes this Autumn, with term starting on Tuesday 7 September 2021.
Venue: The Hub Hazelwell, 318 Vicarage Road, Kings Heath B14 7NH (View Map)
|7.45 - 8.45pm||Beginners' Class||Nicola Scott|
|7.45 - 10.00pm (break 8.45 - 9.00pm)||Combined Intermediate/ Advanced Class||Kenneth Reid & Nicola Scott|
- Autumn Term 2021 - 7 September to 14 December 2021
- Spring Term 2022 - 11 January to 5 April 2022
- Summer Term 2022 - 26 April to 17 May 2022
There are regular joint sessions each month from 7.45-10.00pm when the two classes join together to enjoy socialising and dancing!
There will be summer social dancing on Tuesdays in June 2022 - dates to be confirmed.
Autumn Term enrolment and annual RSCDS membership for all class members takes place before the classes start.
Dancers who would like to move between classes during the term can do so, and just pay the extra £2 per week if staying for the 9-10pm session.
|Fees||Autumn Term Fee (15 weeks)||Spring & Summer Term Fee (17 weeks)||Weekly Fee|
|Beginners Class Only||£45||£51||£4 per week|
|Combined Intermediate / Advanced||£67.50||£76.50||£6 per week|
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS (September-May, starting 8 September 2021)
Venue: Bournville Quaker Meeting House, 65 Linden Road, Birmingham B30 1JT (View Map)
2.00 – 3.30 pm - a rota of teachers will take the class. Please contact Fiona Thomson or Sue Gordon-Saner for more details.
£4 per week
Every year, we hold an annual workshop when daytime classes are held, including Basic Technique for less experienced dancers and a Technique Class for more experienced dancers. The classes are followed by tea and an Evening Dance. More details will appear on our Events Page.
You can find information about other RSCDS classes and affiliated groups in our area on the contact page.
From time to time we run taster sessions for those wishing to try Scottish country dancing for the first time. No previous experience is required and there’s no commitment to come along again. You don’t need to bring a partner or any special kit, just yourself and some comfortable shoes.
If you would like to be added to our mailing list to receive details of future workshops, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Nicola Scott on 07986 543132.