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Easter House Party

Monday 13 Apr 4pm — Friday 17 Apr 4pm, 2020

To make a booking enquiry please complete the form below. We will contact you to confirm availability and complete your booking.

Course Enquiry

  • Halsway Manor will not share your details with any third parties.

Pricing

Full board per person (tuition, activities, all meals & accommodation):

  • £360– single ensuite room
  • £330– sharing an ensuite room
  • £330 – single non-ensuite room
  • £295 – sharing non-ensuite room

Camping per person (tuition, activities, all meals):

  • £220

Non Resident (tuition, activities, all meals except breakfast):

  • £205

Children:

  • Ages 11 - 18 - 50% of prices above
  • Ages 5-11 - £60
  • Under 5 - free

A fun and friendly ‘House Party’ for all who enjoy folk dancing and playing and want to try a range of dance styles. There will be dance workshops each morning, afternoons are free to explore this lovely area or take a ramble in the Quantock Hills.  Bring your walking boots and instruments. There’s a dance each evening with the occasional music session and sing-around in the bar afterwards.

Who’s it For?

Everyone. Whatever your level of experience in dancing and/or playing, come and enjoy a convivial few days with like minded people. Bring a friend, bring the whole family, it’s a lovely place for an Easter break.

The Team

Ted & Pat Morse: Ted began dancing with the Oxford Morris Men and Oxford City Folk Dance Club when he was 17, started calling and running barn dances at 19, and has barely paused since! Ted plays accordion, percussion and tuba, is an experienced band leader, teaches Morris, Sword and Country dancing (and more!) and is a regular tutor at Halsway Manor – along with Pat .

Music comes from Gareth Kiddier and Linda GameEnglish Contra Band. One of the best known and friendliest folk dance bands on the UK scene. Once you start dancing with them you wont want to stop! Gareth Kiddier (Piano) has been playing and dancing for over 15 years with driving rhythms and considered harmonics. Linda Game (fiddle, mandolin) (The Broken Ankles, The Kitchen Girls, The Fold) has over 20 years’ folk experience since leaving the classical music world. With stunning improvisational fluency and rhythm she’s an exciting dance musician

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