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Kia Ora! Welcome to Tam O'Shanter Scottish Country Dance Club.

We are a fun, friendly club based in Christchurch, New Zealand.

We are always looking to welcome new members.  Scottish country dancing is suitable for all age groups and fitness levels and you do not need a partner to join. 

If club nights are not enough, then attend balls, dances, weekend schools, or a summer school hosted by one of over 90 clubs around New Zealand, or travel to one of the many clubs across the world.

Just bring along a smile and a pair of soft soled shoes and you are ready to dance!

Latest News

  • AGM notice The Tam O'Shanter Club will hold its AGM on 24 October 2017 starting at 7:45pm.  There will be dancing afterwards.
    Posted 17 Oct 2017, 17:41 by Graeme Plank
  • Dance programme 29 August 2017 Dance programme 29 August 2017   Dance Name Tempo Source Music Upcoming Dance/comments Ways in New Hall R 8x32 Book 42 Marian Anderson SCDB Waimate Best Set in The Hall ...
    Posted 29 Aug 2017, 17:42 by Graeme Plank
  • Dance programme from 22 August 2017 Dance programme for Scottish Society visit 22 August 2017   Dance Name Tempo Source Music Upcoming Dance/comments The Rebel Piper Warmup march N/A By Royal Scots Dragoon Guards – Highland ...
    Posted 22 Aug 2017, 22:02 by Graeme Plank
  • Programme 15th August 2017   Dance Name Tempo Source Music Upcoming Dance/comments Room 1 J 6x32 Tuatara Collection – Rod Downey 6x32 Jig Set – Green Ginger N/A John of Bon Accord R 8x32 Book ...
    Posted 15 Aug 2017, 18:38 by Graeme Plank
  • Programme from 8 August 2017 Attached is a PDF of the dances from Tuesday 8 August 2017.  Some had very interesting alternative music.  Hopefully you enjoyed it if you were there.
    Posted 8 Aug 2017, 20:33 by Graeme Plank
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When: 7:45pm - 9:45pm, every Tuesday night  Feb - Nov

Where:
Heaton Normal Intermediate Hall, 125 Heaton Street, Merivale (see Contact Us for map)

Cost: $5.00 a night (casual) *FIRST NIGHT IS FREE*
(see Membership for more information)

Tutors: Graeme Plank and George Lambert