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Corryvrechan Aberdonian Lassie Highland Dance A bit about us... Some feedback...

Concert was “a perfect blend of dance, song, music & poetry.
And, it was so professional!

Sue & Chris Austen

We saw you at Builth Wells, and thought, "wow! We've got to see more of this."  So we went to Shipham, and wow again.  It is mind

blowing, and I know what I'm watching.

John Marshall

Cheltenham Scottish

It was all so polished - getting off to that stirring start with handsomely

attired piper - and then it just carried on .....  A magic evening

Thank you so much for Saturday night, the evening was a massive success and Corryvrechan played a very large part in this.

James Breeze

Clifton College

Corryvrechan dances at major international festivals
and many events around the UK


We also perform at ceilidhs, weddings,
Scottish themed evenings, country fairs, charity events and corporate dinners.


In fact, we have a programme to suit any occasion which calls for some traditional Scottish entertainment.


You don't have to wait for St Andrew's Night or
 a Burns Supper!

We aim to communicate our enthusiasm for the traditions of Scotland's dances to all our audiences, wherever they may be. We also thank all of you who watch our performances and join in the general sessions.
We hope that you enjoy them as much as we do!

Please contact us if you are interested in finding out more.

Did you know... Corryvreckan Whirlpool between Scarba and Jura

The word ‘Corryvrechan’ comes from
the Gaelic meaning ‘speckled hollow’


It is the name of a whirlpool situated between the islands of Scarba and Jura in the Inner Hebrides, off the west coast of Scotland


The movement of the swirling waters has many similarities to the figures of the dance.

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