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Friday, July 18, 2014

Trailblaze Dance Galloway's Dance Trail

From Dance Galloway

From traditional Scottish Country dancing to Arabian Belly dance and all the way to Strictly. The Dance Trail is one of the family highlights of this year's Kirkcudbright Arts and Crafts Trail with dance styles for all ages and abilities.
Dance Galloway invite you to join them for workshops and performances across Kirkcudbright on the Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd August between 1pm and 4pm at the following venues: The Harbour Square, Outside the Tolbooth, Broughton House Gardens and the Gardens at Greengate.

Image copyright: Allan Devlin
With experienced dancers from a diverse range of styles, there is something for everyone. Including performances and workshops from the Historical Dance Group, Margaret Morris Movement, Arabia to Hollywood, Popdance Kids with Emma Louise Dance Club, Inspire Youth Dance: Wigtownshire’s newest Youth Dance Company, Furness Steppers with their own musicians from Cumbria, Kirkcudbright Scottish Country Dancers, Wee Kirkcudbright Entertainers, Ballet Box, Zumba and Dalbeattie Tea Dance Club.

For anyone who has wondered what Margaret Morris Movement is all about - here it is!

Come along and discover dance in unexpected places and stunning locations. Soak up the atmosphere, be inspired, energised, surprised and delighted.
The Dance Galloway Dance Trail is supported by Get Scotland Dancing and the National Lottery through Creative Scotland.
Dance Galloway is supported by Dumfries and Galloway Council and Dumfries and Galloway Chamber of Arts.
Admission - FREE

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