Folk Dance and Other Site Links:
AreYouDancing covers Swing, Ballroom, Latin, Jive and Folk dancing across the UK, together with international events. It is steadily expanding, so check for details near you and advertise your events for free.
Bridport & West Bay Community Website:
The local site for local events.
East Devon Hub:
Lists and promotes events in West Dorset, East & South Devon and Exeter.
English Ceilidh [Eceilidh]:
Register with eceilidh by sending a blank email to email@example.com to be able to send in events, and receive regular listings of events from Webfeet
On line site which lists musicians, callers, folk events, dances, festivals for Devon (and occasionally strays over the border); linked to What’s Afoot – see below.
For listings, see www.flaxey-green.co.uk/Pages/Whats_On.html click on the calendar date to view.
The Radio Solent guide lists local events.
The Somerset and Dorset Folk Diary (or SaDFolk) is based around a weekly email service, listing ‘folk’ events in Somerset and Dorset. The term ‘event’ covers concerts, barn dances, sessions, workshops and any other folk related activity.
Set And Turn Single:
The Set and Turn Single web site contains listings of all the national dance events that we know about. We list dances in the “English” tradition which includes English country dance, “Playford” style dances, contra dances and ceilidhs.
Webfeet – Dancing on the Web:
Publishes a local guide on-line and lists events for free.
What’s Afoot, Devon Folk:
Devon Folk is a voluntary, constituted body and is the only county-wide organisation promoting folk activities of all types (song, social dance, ritual dance, mumming etc.). Through a 4 – monthly publication “What’s Afoot” (December, April, and August) and this website, it provides contact details for clubs throughout the county and across the borders.
Where Can We Go?:
A nationwide What’s On event guide
Yahoo All Ceilidh Group:
allceilidh is an amalgamation of offtopic ceilidh and virtual ceilidh. This group follows the dictionary definition of ceilidh, being simply a gathering!
If you have something to say about folk music and dance, do it here. Everyone is welcome to speak, so if it’s remotely relevant to the folk scene, allceilidh look forward to hearing from you.
Receive allceilidh digest emails from firstname.lastname@example.org