The Dublin Scottish Country Dance Club was founded in 1966 by Scottish expats living in Ireland. The club has remained continuously active over the years and we now have members hailing from Ireland, the UK, and various other countries around the globe. We are a Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS) Affiliated Group. 

The club meets every Thursday for dancing at 8:15pm, with Step and Formation Practice held most weeks before class at 7:30pm. Cancellations to Step and Formation Practice will be indicated on our News & Events page, so please make sure to check there each week for updates.

NB: there will be no Step Practice during the month of April. It shall resume in May. Dancing in April as usual at 8:15pm. Our contact email has changed! Please see the Contact page for our updated email address.

€5 a class but the first two classes you attend are FREE! So why not pop along and give Scottish country dancing a try?!

We are always happy to welcome new members of all ages and fitness levels. Whether you are an experienced dancer or a complete beginner, come join us and, in the words of the wonderful RSCDS, #DanceScottish!

Thursday evenings at 8:15pm. €5 a class (the first two classes you attend are FREE!)

Dún Laoghaire Presbyterian Church Hall, York Road

What to wear/bring? Comfortable clothing and soft shoes with a non-slip sole or ballet pumps. No partner necessary. Come alone or with friends!

Onsite parking. 46A bus stop directly outside. 15 minute walk to Dún Laoghaire Dart station