Reel and Wheel

Events

Every week, we run regular classes on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and every other Thursday, but there are also a number of other Scottish dancing-related events happening in the area! Many of these are run outside the OUSDS – these are marked with a . Click the image for a link to the Facebook page with more details and to see who else is going. There are also events happening outside term-time, so keep an eye out on the list and in the emails.

Trinity 2018

[SOCIAL & DANCING] Italian Aperitivo & Ceilidh Dance – Sun 22th April 2018, 7.30-10pm, Hall, St, Margaret's Institute, Polstead Rd, OX2 6TN, Oxford

OU Scottish Dance Society (OUSDS) and OU Italian Society (OUIS) host an event together to combine the entertainment of Scottish dances for beginners, with the enjoyment of Italian food and drinks (including wine and spritz!!).
No experience needed. All dances will be walked through and called. No need to bring a partner - there will be lots of dancers there. Lightweight shoes/trainers/pumps are a good idea.

Prices (to be payed on the door) :
5£ for members of OUSDS and/or OUIS
10£ for non members
Membership for each society is available on the door.
Please purchase a FREE ticket on Eventbrite to reserve a space as the venue has limited capacity.
Click the image for a link to the Facebook event with more details and to see who else is going!

[SOCIAL & DANCING] May Morning – Tuesday 1st May 2018, 6-7:30am, Radcliffe Square, Oxford

On Tuesday 1st May we will dance in Radcliffe Square outside All Souls College gates at 6am accompanied by a piper! This is an experience not to be missed during your time at Oxford and if you are thinking it sounds crazy to be dancing outside at 6am the only way to understand is to come try (or watch) it! The whole city will be out on May Morning, the centre will be buzzing, and it will be a lot of fun!
A crib is available.
Magdalen Bridge will be open to pedestrians but it does get crowded so it's a good idea to be over the bridge by 5.45am. If you're staying to hear the choir do aim to be on the High St side so that you can come on to us.