Are you interested in devising dances and in common terminology? The RSCDS invite anyone to a workshop on Saturday 16th March 2013. See here for more details and application form.
At the moment I have:
Do sign my guest book to let me know what you think:
I'm a two sex Scottish Dancer and may seem rather dim,This is taken from a series of small booklets, "Pat's Party Pieces" published in aid of the North London hospice. Since Pat can't provide these any more, Ron Mackey will provide them in return for a donation to charity. Contact:
But I never spend one evening as a full time her or him,
I change my sex from dance to dance, my corners always alter
It's really not surprising I occasionally falter.
The old and simple dances I can manage very nicely
And I can learn a new dance and do it most precisely,
But when it comes to next week I don't know if I can
For I learnt it as a woman and dance it as a man.
And so you men who have the luck to always stay the same
When female gentlemen go wrong be sparing with your blame.
I'll add a postscript to this tale - one comfort I have got
When both the women change their sex it doesn't show a lot!
39, Grove Park Road
|This site is part of the Scottish Country Dancing WebRing.
Except where otherwise indicated, all content on this site (including text, images, dance descriptions and any other original work) is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
This page is maintained by Ian Brockbank
Site last modified 8-10-02
people have visited this page.