No one who has come into contact with Scottish Country Dancing usually fail to be inspired by the amazing feeling and rhythm of the Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes or Strathspeys.
It is therefore not surprising that Scottish Country Dancing today have local branches all around the world organized by the head organization The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society. In Stockholm, Scottish Country Dancing has been around since the 1960's and since the mid 70's as a separate local Branch.
In the Stockholm Branch both advanced and intermediate dancers, dance together. Our qualified teachers are trained in Scotland and dancers from other branches or groups from around the world are welcome. We also arrange separate beginners courses, so please contact us for more information.
The regular dancing takes place on Mondays between 18:30 and 21:00 and we dance at Katatrinasalen, Pumpan, Färgargårdstorget 1, Stockholm. See map below.
On these pages we have gathered some information (mostly in Swedish) that we hope will be of interest to you and we hope that if you are interested, you will contact us for further information. Information about how to find us you can see below.
That Scottish Country Dancing is part of the Scottish cultural heritage and that since 1923, the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society has worked to ensure that it will spread throughout the world.
Scottish Country Dancing is a form of dance that appeal to all, regardless of age or sex and on every day in almost every country, there is an opportunity to dance. There are today 170 local branches and over 400 affiliated groups
You will find all information about how to contact us, on the page
Please don't hesitate if you would like to dance with us, or seek information about Scottish Country Dancing!
Copyright: Stockholm Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
Welcome back to a new term of Dancing.
We will continue to dance at the dancehall Pumpan this term.
We also going to have a Beginners course at "Brygghuset" on Tuesdays arranged together with Studiefrämjandet. Read more here.
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