Scottish Dancing in Newcastle and District

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We are the Newcastle & District Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, promoting the traditions of Scottish Country Dancing in the North-East of England.  We cover the area from Morpeth in the north to Durham in the south and from Hexham to the east coast.

We offer :
DANCES - every month except August you can dance to well-known Scottish Dance bands, usually on a Saturday night.  All these dances are informal except the Highland Ball in November.

CLASSES - if you’ve never tried Scottish Country Dancing or haven’t danced for a while, there are classes for all ages and different abilities throughout the region.  

NEW CHILDREN’S CLASS - for details of a new children’s class in Newcastle, click here.

DISPLAYS - our display team is happy to brighten up your activities, from Burn’s Night suppers to fundraising events.  We can help to run a ceilidh with general dancing and displays or we can provide a show for more formal occasions.
For further information contact our Display Convenor  Peter Avery on 07900 215036

Our next dancing event is

An Informal Dance
at Woodlands Hall Community Centre,
on Saturday 11th March

More details of these and other Scottish Dancing events in the Newcastle area, are on the events page.

Details of adult and childrens’ classes in the Newcastle area are on the classes page.

We welcome feedback from visitors to our site.  If you have any comments or queries please send them to
We always welcome new members.
If you would like to join us, download an application form.
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