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Beetlecrushers Clog and Step Dance Side

BEETLECRUSHERS is a clog and step dance group. We were established in 1982, to perform at folk festivals in the UK and abroad.  You will also find us with other dance sides outside pubs, on village greens or in village halls all over the country.

We perform clog routines from England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, with stepping or step dances from the Isle of Man, Quebec and Cape Breton.

Our regular members particularly value the easy and sociable atmosphere that is present when we meet, at practice or at Dance Outs.

We are always happy to welcome new members and have regular 'beginners sessions'.


We have resumed practices at Gurney Slade with safety measures in place. Although we are unable to accept new members at present with current government advice to limit the number of social contacts, a new TASTER course is being planned, as well as a REVISION course for past members.

If you are interested in either of these or have any questions please make contact at beetlecrushers@hotmail.com

We practice weekly, on Wednesday evenings, at Binegar Village Hall, about three miles North of Shepton Mallet, Somerset ...(map) unless we have a Dance Out on that date. Please check Current Dance Program or phone Ann Smith (below) before turning up.

BEGINNER'S CLASSES as soon as restrictions are lifted; phone Ann Smith on 01373 812227 for details

Demonstrations and workshops can be arranged as well as performances at festivals, weddings, parties etc. 

To book, please contact Secretary, Ann Smith on 01373 812227 or
email us.

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New Photos of Dance-outs 

Following a very successful workshop in Maiden Newton in October, plans are a-foot to establish regular clog classes in Dorset in the New Year. e-mail for updates.

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