Welcome to Scottish Country Dancing. We were able dance most of the dance season September 2021 to March 2022, and again September 2022 to November 2022. In addition a couple of extra Reel Clubs were held before the Summer Ceilidh held on 11 June 2022.

Scottish Country Dancing is a fun way to keep fit and meet new people. The last 2022 Reel Club is the week before the Ball at the end of November 2022. We resume dancing in January 2023. We are looking forward to welcoming you to the dancing and we trust that you are all fully vaccinated.  

We aim to keep everyone as safe as possible whilst enjoying our time dancing. We will make sure there is enough ventilation and you can of course wear a mask if you prefer. Regardless of any current high/low level of Corona transmission it is in all our interests for members and guests to self-test shortly before attending Reel Club or an event (Ceilidh or Ball).

It is not necessary to bring a partner and we regularly change partners during the evening so you get to meet new people and dance with more or less experienced members.  The classes are taught in English and each dance is fully explained by our dancing teacher Margaret Lambourne.

Weekly Classes

The Reel Club is the name for our Scottish Dancing class, also called our club night by some. We start at 8pm and finish at 10pm on Friday evenings.  We stop for a break midway through – there is hot water if you would like to make a cuppa! Please wear comfy clothes – it can get quite warm whilst dancing – and wear non-marking shoes.

We have Reel Club in or above the Atrium of the Church of Our Saviour (we have used this location since September 2021) on most Fridays from September until May. The exact dates of Reel Club depends on school term dates, but are typically September to November and then January to March.  We also aim to run a few Reel Clubs in the spring before the Summer Ceilidh.

Reel Club is included in our full membership, for more information about membership costs please click here. We are always happy to welcome potential new members and the first 2 sessions are free. If you would like to come along to a class –  please contact Marion so we know to expect you.  


After nearly 10 years at the British School Diamanthorst, for the past year we have been now based at the Atrium of the Church of Our Saviour in the centre of Den Haag, just a short distance (less that one kilometer) from Den Haag Centraal Station.

The Atrium is just behind the church, and the address is Helena straat 8, 2595 HA, Den Haag. Click here to open the location in google maps

Please note that the conventional entrance BELL is to the LEFT side of the DOOR, not on the right side beside the electronic (un)locking apparatus.