Dancing (Dancing)

On:Saturday 15th June 2018
Starting at:10:00
Finishing at:17:00
Price:Free
Where:Cornmarket

From: 10:00
to: 17:00
Spank the Planks
Spank the Planks come from Bournemouth and specialise in Appalachian clog dancing, a style of American folk dance from the Appalachian Mountains.
From: 10:30
to: 11:00
Firestone
Lively mixed team of Appalachian dancers from Exeter, Devon. Women - short black dress with flame inserts. Men - red shirt, black trousers.
From: 11:00
to: 11:30
Applejacks
Applejacks are based in Bristol. They choreograph their own dances and perform with toe tapping music from their Old Time musicians.
From: 11:30
to: 12:00
Knickerbocker Glory
Mixed Appalachian team form Alton, Hampshire. Blue skirts (yellow trim), black stockings, patchwork-style waistcoats.
From: 12:00
to: 12:30
Morena Slovak Dance Co.
Popular Slovakian dance company based in Camden Town, London. Dances from different parts of Slovakia in colourful traditional costumes.
Northgate Rapper
Northgate Rapper are Bath’s finest, and only, male sword dancing team. They perform high energy rapper dances in any pubs that will let them in.
From: 12:30
to: 13:00
Tiger Feet
Tiger Feet use traditional Appalachian steps and focus particularly on dancing together as a group. They also enjoy new music and movements.
From: 13:00
to: 13:30
Spank the Planks
Spank the Planks come from Bournemouth and specialise in Appalachian clog dancing, a style of American folk dance from the Appalachian Mountains.
From: 13:30
to: 14:00
Morena Slovak Dance Co.
Popular Slovakian dance company based in Camden Town, London. Dances from different parts of Slovakia in colourful traditional costumes.
Knights of King Ina
Specialists in solo and duet Cotswold Jigs. Costumes are a personal combination of black and white.
From: 14:00
to: 14:30
Crooked Moon
Appalachian clogging team based in Brighton. Dynamic dance team aiming to incorporate traditional styles and steps with contemporary choreography.
From: 14:30
to: 15:00
Footnotes
Appalachian dancers from Chippenham, Wiltshire. Each dancer wears a plain dress in a different colour.
From: 15:00
to: 15:30
Knickerbocker Glory
Mixed Appalachian team form Alton, Hampshire. Blue skirts (yellow trim), black stockings, patchwork-style waistcoats.
From: 15:30
to: 16:00
Fosbrooks
For nearly 40 years, the Fosbrooks Folk Education Trust have taught children their local clog dance tradition and how to play the accordion and violin
From: 16:00
to: 16:30
Blackrock School of Irish Dance
Irish dancers aged between 3-18, based is Yeovil. Dresses are traditional with lovely Celtic embroidery, all made by hand.
From: 16:30
to: 17:00
Firestone
Lively mixed team of Appalachian dancers from Exeter, Devon. Women - short black dress with flame inserts. Men - red shirt, black trousers.

Ending at: 1700