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Day School

2018 Day School

In 2018 the Day School was on Saturday 10th November at St Peter's Church Hall, Henleaze, BS9 4LD. The Day School was for dancers only, followed by a Day School Dance in the evening (so there wasn't be a Musicians' Day School). 

The teacher this year was Janet Johnston, and the musician for the classes was Judith Muir. The evening dance was to music from Craigellachie.

The morning class started at 10:15 (following registration from 9:45), ended about 12:30, and ass for dancers with a basic knowledge of formations and steps. The afternoon class started at 2:15, ended at 4:30 and was for more proficient dancers who had a good knowledge of all formations.

A meal of soup and rolls was provided after the classes at a nominal charge of £3 for those who want to stay for the dance at 6:30.

The evening dance was at 6:30pm until 9:30. Light refreshments were provided during the interval.

For more details see the information sheet and application form and the crib for the evening dance. Here is the link to the evening dance programme cribs and videos on My Strathspey Server.

2017 Day School

Last year we held the Bristol day school on Saturday 11th November 2017. During the day, there was a Dancers' Day School and a Musicians' Day School, followed by a Dance in the evening.

The Dancers' Day School, with tutor Tom McKinlay and musician Bob Shakespeare, was at St Monica's Trust, Henleaze from 9:45 (for 10:15 start) to 4:30pm.  

Following the huge success of the 2015 event, we held our second Musicians' Day School in 2017, this time with George Meikle as tutor. It was at St Peter's Church Hall from 10:15am to 4:30pm.

In the evening of the Day Schools there was a dance at St Peter's Church Hall, Henleaze, starting at 6:30pm. Musicians attending the Day School were invited to play, so there was a full stage of musicians, led by George Meikle. 

George Meikle

Four hands across