Welcome to the website of the Paris Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society! 


Learn the steps and the formations to the sound of traditional music both old and new, in an international ambiance of fun! Scottish Country Dancing is danced in groups (called sets) of four, six or eight. Sets of six or eight dancers are the most common. Some dances are easy, while others take a bit longer to learn. Elegance, stamina, teamwork, and most of all fun, all combine to make dancing a fantastic experience! Opening a window not only on Scottish culture, but also on others in the world, you can dance in Paris, but you can also take your dancing shoes to Scotland (of course), to New York, Tokyo, or Hawaii, on the five continents in fact, and find dancers ready to welcome you all over the world.

Come and join us, we’re waiting for you!

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RSCDS Paris Branch
RSCDS Paris Branch shared their event.Sunday, October 23rd, 2016 at 2:05am
Notre prochain stage pour danseurs intermédiaire se prépare ! Nos intervenants seront Patrick Chamoin et Aymeric Fromherz. On prépare son agenda ! Les inscription ouvriront en Novembre 2016
RSCDS Paris Branch
RSCDS Paris Branch added 4 photos and a video — with Thomas Ibbotson and 3 others.Sunday, October 16th, 2016 at 9:31am
Fantastic evening dance tonight at American church in Paris for the Paris week-end.
Great music from Lindsey and Tom Ibbotson, with Pascaline and Anne Laure Latour.
RSCDS Paris Branch
RSCDS Paris Branch
RSCDS Paris Branch added 2 new photos.Tuesday, October 11th, 2016 at 8:42pm
Encore quelques images de la superbe soirée d'hier spécialement dédiée aux nouveaux arrivants. Merci à tous d'être venus.
RSCDS Paris Branch
RSCDS Paris Branch added 5 photos and a video.Tuesday, October 11th, 2016 at 8:41am
Un grand merci à tous ceux qui sont venus danser ce soir , nouveaux ou expérimentés ...
Chaleur et énergie ...
Chaque semaine à 20 h, cours débutant
RSCDS Paris Branch
RSCDS Paris Branch
RSCDS Paris Branch shared their event.Saturday, October 1st, 2016 at 12:30am
Mieux vaut tard que jamais : un événement de rentrée en bonne et due forme ! Venez nombreux le 10 octobre !