Folk Association of South Hants
The next FASH workshop will be on 9th December, running from 10.30 until 3.30, at Twyford Parish Hall. This is one of our "Do Something different Days", and this year it is called "Getting Rhythmic with FolkActive". Tom Gregory, Cath Watkins and Jo Harmer will lead us in a workshop to include drumming, spoons, jig dolls, bones and even a bit of step dance.
We hope to see you there.
Please note that the venue for the "English Tunes Session" is presently The Patform Tavern, now that Talking Heads has closed. https://englishtunes.wordpress.com/ It is believed that the Ukulele Session is moving to The 1865, and the Irish Session which was at the Talking Heads was moving to The Juniper Berry. However, we have just heard that the Juniper Berry session was a 'one-off' and this session has now moved to The Hobbit, 134 Bevois Valley Rd, Southampton, SO14 0JZ.
The Duke of Wellington's Dancers have relocated, and now meet at St. Denys Church, Dundee Road, Southampton, SO17 2ND, with a 7.30 start. They now meet Tuesdays and Thursdays, rather than just Thursdays, but the dates are irregularly spaced, so check their website if you have not been before.
If you are looking
in our Dance Diary for The South Hants Playford Folk Dance Club, please
note that they have changed its name and it is now The East Dorset Folk
Check out out our Dance diary for a choice of New Year's Eve ceilidhs/Barn dances in the area.
There is a huge range of events taking place at Halsway Manor, near Crowcombe, Somerset. For more information, visit www.halswaymanor.org.uk. Their 'What's on' page allows you to search for particular dates and also select specific types of event. There are many different and flexible possibilities regarding accommodation, so their website is well worth a visit.
English Folk Dance and Song Society, EFDSS, has its full programme on-line
now. Many song and dance
workshops are included. See www.efdss.org
and go to their 'What's on' page, or use this link
to find out what is taking place this month and to book tickets.
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