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Dance and Song Society (EFDSS)
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This mixed level class is based on the popular and lively Cotswold morris tradition, in which dancers perform with handkerchiefs and sticks. Led by tutor Andy Richards.
Improve your fiddle playing in a friendly group, led by Pete Cooper, who teaches fiddle playing by ear.
Sometimes folk, sometimes not. India Electric Company use traditional instruments in contemporary styles to explore diverse themes from Eastern Europe, Irish traditions and urban alienation to end up with something “quirky and glittery - a veritable musical magpie’s nest.” - Mary Ann Kennedy, BBC Radio 3.
Enjoy Ireland's popular folk dance in a welcoming environment. All levels catered for in this friendly group.
Belshazzar’s Feast present a Christmas-themed show that mixes traditional folk music, seasonal material, added to their usual touch of classical and jazz, with a bit of pop and music hall, all topped off with lashings of wry humour.
Embrace the traditional folk dances from many countries. This drop-in class is ideal for beginners. No need to bring a partner.
Enjoy 19th century dance in a social setting, rather than an intensive teaching class. Suitable for dancers with mixed abilities.
Pulling lyrics from mediaeval texts and setting them to original scores using mediaeval and classical instruments, whilst singing in an impressive array of long forgotten languages, the Mediaeval Baebes offer a unique musical beauty and outstanding talent.
It’s coming on Christmas and they’re singing songs of joy and peace... Yes, it’s London’s famous seven-piece all-singing, all-cello-playing band back at their favourite venue with a host of festive favourites, pop classics and maybe an operatic aria or two.
The Art Deco Orchestra return to the Kennedy Hall for an evening of hot jazz and dance music from the 1920's and 30's and festive fun! Dance the night away to the music of Jack Hylton, Duke Ellington, Ambrose, Paul Whiteman etc.