Traditional folk music, dance and customs - Harrogate, North Yorkshire - Chas Marshall's Website
A Flavour of Yorkshire Gold
Yorkshire Gold is the working name of a Folk Dance Band comprising Jan Porter and Nigel Swan from The Polka Dots with Heather Hazell and Chas Marshall from Hop Back Jig and the Village Hop Band. The band was formed to promote and stage its own "themed" ceilidh dance evenings most usually at the Stainbeck Community Hall in Leeds (LS7 2EA). These evenings, while being for the most part ceilidh dancing, include other entertainments in the form of songs, recitations, monologues, melodramas and the like. There are usuallly items from invited guests such as clog dancing from Clogarhythm and Longsword dancing from the P.R.A.T.S.
Most of the items are chosen to contribute to the flavour or theme of the evening. Spot prizes, raffle prizes and decor are also chosen with a similar flavour.
Next themed ceilidh:
Yorkshire Golds Snow Ball. Heather
Hazell, Jan Porter, Nigel Swan and Chas Marshall present a Ceilidh with
entertainment on Sunday 9th December 2012. In the Concert Room of
To contact Yorkshire Gold about tickets, the band or events, please telephone Jan Porter on 07939 032224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Yorkshire Gold : A Victorian Ball for the Lower Classes (Photo courtesy Carole Sherwell)
A Dance for England and St. George at Stainbeck Community Centre, Leeds. Saturday 25 April 2009 from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. To celebrate St. George's Day - an evening of English dances, tunes and songs with guest appearances. This event below was been cancelled due to illness - our apologies for any inconvenience.
"May We Dance?" A Springtime soiree with country dances, top tunes, seasonal songs, and carefully selected novelties - may we have the pleasure of your company at Stainbeck Community Centre on Sunday 4th May 2008 from 7:30 to 10:30? A guest appearance of the Flag and Bone Gang.
A Dance for England and St. George at Stainbeck Community Centre, Leeds. Saturday 28 April from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. To celebrate St. George's Day - an evening of English dances, tunes and songs with a guest appearance of Medusa "Goth" Morris.
A Dance for St. George Sunday afternoon 2-5 p.m. 23rd April. With a guest appearance of the Holbeck Moor Mummers.
A Dance for St. George, held on the Saturday nearest to St George's Day.
A Victorian Ball for the Lower Classes with Waltzes, Polkas Barn Dances and Schottishes held on 12th November. Guest appearance of Clogarhythm.