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WARNING: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all our classes and evening dances are suspend until further notice.

We hope conditions will allow us to resume classes and evening dances in September at the latest. Registrations for the October advanced week-end 2020 will open at the beginning for June.

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 est à : Newcastle upon Tyne.09/02/2020 @ 15:11
The Kissing Bridge (R), danced by our Mixed Team at the Newcastle Festival this past week-end.

Team:
1. Mathias Emma
2. Victor Aliénor
3. Luis Violaine
4. Niols Shannon

Musician: Anne-Laure

https://youtu.be/YYQuehelRbg
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The Kissing Bridge - RSCDS Paris - Mixed Team - Newcastle Festival 2020
The Kissing Bridge (https://my.strathspey.org/dd/dance/14977/), as danced by the RSCDS Paris mixed team at the Newcastle Festival 2020. Music by Anne-Laure L...
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RSCDS Paris Branch est à : Newcastle upon Tyne.09/02/2020 @ 15:10
Tibby Fowler o'the Glen (S), danced by our Mixed Team at the Newcastle Festival this past week-end.

Team:
1. Luis Violaine
2. Niols Shannon
3. Mathias Emma
4. Victor Aliénor

Musician: Anne-Laure

https://youtu.be/AJycvEheOYI
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Tibby Fowler o’the Glen - RSCDS Paris - Mixed Team - Newcastle Festival 2020
Tibby Fowler o’the Glen (https://my.strathspey.org/dd/dance/6599/), as danced by the RSCDS Paris mixed team at the Newcastle Festival 2020. Music by Anne-Lau...
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RSCDS Paris Branch est à : Newcastle upon Tyne.09/02/2020 @ 15:09
Miss Hadden's Reel (J), danced by our Ladies Team at the Newcastle Festival this past week-end.

Team:
1. Violaine Anne
2. Fiona Emmy
3. Shannon Valentine
4. Anne-Laure Emma

Musician: Niols

https://youtu.be/JAYjK9zQghI
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Miss Hadden's Reel - RSCDS Paris - Ladies' Team - Newcastle Festival 2020
Miss Hadden's Reel (https://my.strathspey.org/dd/dance/4491/), as danced by the RSCDS Paris ladies' team at the Newcastle Festival 2020. Music by Nicolas "Ni...
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RSCDS Paris Branch est à : Newcastle upon Tyne.09/02/2020 @ 15:07
Inch of Perth (S), danced by our Ladies Team at the Newcastle Festival this past week-end.

Team:
1. Shannon Valentine
2. Anne-Laure Emma
3. Violaine Anne
4. Fiona Emmy

Musician: Niols

https://youtu.be/zAxIifTSquE
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Inch of Perth - RSCDS Paris - Ladies' Team - Newcastle Festival 2020
Inch of Perth (https://my.strathspey.org/dd/dance/3084/), as danced by the RSCDS Paris ladies' team at the Newcastle Festival 2020. Music by Nicolas "Niols" ...
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RSCDS Paris Branch07/02/2020 @ 13:47
Newcastle Festival 2020 is so close ! Follow this link for a live coverage of the event on Saturday 8 February. The Paris Branch teams will compete around 10:15 (Ladies Open) and 14:30 (Mixed Open). Good luck to them !
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RSCDS Newcastle Festival 2020
Live broadcast brought to you by Russian team. There will be no broadcast of Class 3 and Class 4 to ensure child protection. Spring Fling & Fringe & School 2...
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Alison Smith
Alison Smith30/01/2020 @ 12:50
Can any Paris members tell me whether anything is happening in Paris to mark Brexit on the evening of 31st January?