(1959) A 1959 film set in Porthmadog which celebrates the Welsh tradition of clog dancing.
They used to clog dance
, my mother who was their daughter was born in Blyth, Northumberland then they lived their days out in Ashington, Northumberland.
Recent BBC4 shows have included one about a mass "flashmob" clog dance
The clog dance
with the girl's mother, played wonderfully by David Morse, and the clever ribbon sections between the two lovers are both superb.
The group will display the longsword dance, originating from North Yorkshire, the rapper dance for men from Northumberland and County Durham, the border morris, a series of solo clog dance
figures and some of the group's own routines.
Top marks for the principals and a great clog dance
from Morse while Christopher Larsen amuses as the simpleton rival in romance, Alain.
But the famous clog dance
went down well and what Mr Whitley lacked in age he made up for in humour and style.
O'Neill's double, courtesy of Gone'N'Dunnett and Clog Dance
, meant he finished the first week with five winners, although more importantly for him, at least in the
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The dance was a shuffle, a clog dance
with dignified constraints - a dance of dignified and outwardly unsmiling elders.
There are almost as many reasons why people love to clog dance
as there are step variations.
ere will also be excerpts from world-famous classics - the act One pas de deux from Beauty and the Beast, Le Fille mal gardee's Ribbon pas de deux and the Clog Dance
and Lily of Laguna pas de deux from Hobson's Choice.