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Dance (Aileen Robertson School of)

Aileen Robertson opened her dance school in Ayr over 30 years ago after winning the World Championship three times. Since then, the school has grown to be one of the most successful Highland Dance schools in the world holding the UK, British, Commonwealth, European, Scottish, Scottish National and North American titles.

The group is no stranger to performing in shows. They have danced on stage with the Red Hot Chilli Pipers and performed for Scottish Television in a recent documentary "Made in Scotland" presented by Taggart's John Michie.
Dancers also performed at the opening ceremony of the Scotland v England rugby match during the 2010 Six Nations tournament.

Locally, the school performed at the 2009/10 Ayr Flower Shows and danced for William Hill at the 2010 Ayr Gold Cup. In recent years a small group of dancers have also appeared in the 2006/07 Gaiety Whirl and 2007/08 pantomimes held at the Gaiety Theatre, Ayr.

In Highland there are fantastic opportunities to travel the world for the competitive and non competitive dancer.

Examinations are held from 3yrs to professional teaching qualifications.

Club Meetings

Day / Time:
Monday - Ayr, Wed - Crosshill, Wed - Girvan, Thursday Coylton

Location:
Ayr, Crosshill, Girvan & Coylton.

Club Contacts

Name: Aileen Robertson
Contact Tel: 01655 750359
Email: aileendanceayr@aol.com

Website: http://www.robertsonhighlanddance.com

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Last updated: 8 August 2016

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