Music, dance and drama

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Kennington amateur dramatic society

In 1979, a small band of enthusiasts met to discuss the possibility of starting a village drama group. From that day, KADS continued to flourish and they found themselves producing 2–3 shows each year consisting of pantomimes, plays and various musical performances. In more recent years this has spread to entering the local Drama Festivals, …

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Kennington united choirs

The Kennington & District United Church Choirs in Oxford came into being in December 1973, when singers from the three Kennington churches, Anglican, Roman Catholic and Methodist, came together for a united Carol Service. The Carol Service continues each year on a Sunday evening just before Christmas. From this fairly small beginning, the numbers began …

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Oxfolk Ceilidhs

A ceilidh is an evening of high-energy dancing, similar to barn dancing or country dancing. The music is always live and loud and dancing is often fast and furious. Oxfolk plays host to many of the best ceilidh bands on the English folk scene and there will always be an excellent caller to guide you …

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Scarlet Ribbons Round Dance club

Round Dance is a style of dancing where couples dance to a Cuer, who calls the moves in advance. Various types of music are used, both old and modern. Rhythms include Waltz, Two-step, Cha Cha Cha and Rumba. Club nights Thursdays between 8.30 to 10.30, at Kennington Methodist Church. Beginners entry sessions are held for …

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