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SATURDAY, 19TH MAY – BETTY LUPTONS LADLE LAIKERS DAY OF DANCE, HARROGATE

We had a wonderful day out in Harrogate as guests of Betty Luptons.  Along with other guest teams – Briggate Morris, Cricket on the Hearth, Feet First, Flag and Bone, Knaresborough Mummers, Persephone and White Rose Garland Dancers, we danced at various spots around the town in beautiful sunshine.  Crowds were smaller than usual (some sort of Royal celebration going on?!) but were very appreciative.  A most enjoyable day.

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Cuckoo Day, Marsden

SATURDAY, 21ST APRIL

Cuckoo Day, Marsden

The first dance out of the season – we had a great day in Marsden celebrating Cuckoo Day.  The cuckoo is a harbinger of spring and each year the residents of Marsden mark the welcome change in the season with their Cuckoo Festival.

The weather was perfect – no rain, not too hot – and it was good to meet up with the other teams taking part. We danced to an appreciative audience. There was a terrific atmosphere and we enjoyed ourselves enormously.

Christmas Tree Festival, Northcliffe Church

Saturday, 16th December

Christmas Tree Festival, Northcliffe Church

We were delighted to be invited to dress a tree at our practice venue.  Our offer to dance at the Festival was enthusiastically accepted.

Alison, Cath and Kay attended on Friday, 15th to dress our tree with team-related decorations and in our team colours of blue and white, with a little silver thrown in!  The result was fantastic, though we say so ourselves.  Trees dressed by other users of the Hall were fantastic.

We had a lovely afternoon and we enjoyed dancing two performances to an enthusiastic audience.  We were joined by our friend Jo, who did some impressive Lancashire clog dances.

Proceeds of the event will go towards the refurbishment of the kitchen which adjoins the Hall.

 

FnF Saltaire

Fiddle ‘n’ Feet at the Saltaire Festival

What do Fiddle ‘n’ Feet and Darth Vader have in common, apart from heavy breathing?  They were both at Rainbow Morris’ Day of Dance at Saltaire Festival!

Whitby Folk Festival

Whitby Folk Festival, showing off our new dresses”

“Too much dancing?  There’s only one place for these tap shoes!”

hebden bridge

HEBDEN BRIDGE DANCE FESTIVAL

HEBDEN BRIDGE DANCE FESTIVAL

SUNDAY, 22ND OCTOBER 2017

1:30pm Appalachian Beginners Workshop with “Fiddle ‘n’ Feet

If you would like to try out our style of dancing, please come and join us at our Workshop. Complete beginners are welcome and no experience is necessary.  Participants will be required to wear hard soled shoes or tap shoes.

Our workshop will commence with a performance of one of our dances.  We will then teach simple Appalachian steps from this dance which hopefully we will all perform at the end.  Accompanying music will be provided by our musicians, who play old time and bluegrass fiddle tunes.

Bookings commence in September.

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Durham Folk Party

Enjoying the sunshine at the Durham Folk Party on 29th July 2017

Durham Folk Party

Enjoying the sunshine at the Durham Folk Party on 29th July 2017

Dancing Laughing Boy at The Greyhound, Tong – June 2017

 

Fiddle ‘n’ Feet dancing Laughing Boy at The Greyhound, Tong – June 2017

AIREDALE HEIFER, RIDDLESDEN FLAG CRACKERS DAY OF DANCE

AIREDALE HEIFER, RIDDLESDEN

FLAG CRACKERS DAY OF DANCE

Saturday, 3 June 2017

Fiddle ‘n’ Feet enjoyed dancing at the Airedale Heifer, Riddlesden, along with Crook Morris, Flagcrackers of Craven, Rainbow Morris Dancers, Clogarythm, Buttercross Belles and Persephone.  It was good to meet up with our friends from these sides.

Heather of the Airedale Heifer very kindly provided lunch, and the rain held off until after the showcase was completed at the end of the afternoon.

We very much enjoyed dancing in the sunshine on our new boards and in our new kit – which was greatly admired.  Our wonderful team of musicians – Rita, Paul, Mac, David and Tony, helped make a memorable performance.  The audience were extremely appreciative.

A most enjoyable day.