We've cautiously resumed dancing, so please note various Covid-19 safety and hygiene measures that we're taking.

Who are we?

We are a country dance club that meet in Ealing and do mainly traditional English country dancing. The dances range from lively dances that would have been danced at English village celebrations years ago, as you might do at an English barn dance, to the elegant ones you may have seen in Pride and Prejudice and other costume dramas.

We hold regular club evenings.

What is country dancing?

It's a form of social dancing in which all can take part, men and women, younger and older. Come on your own or with others - you will be made welcome. It does not matter whether you are a beginner, improver or experienced country dancer, as all dances are called and walked through. After learning a few basic movements you will be able to perform a variety of dances.

When and where we meet

Club nights are 1st, 3rd and 5th Mondays from 8pm to 10pm at
    St Barnabas Church Hall,
    Pitshanger Lane,
    Ealing W5 1QG
opposite Mount Pleasant Road.

Buses E2 and E9 from Ealing Broadway pass the door.

Bus timetable.

Ealing Country Dance Club is affiliated to the English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) and Ealing Arts and Leisure.