We recently had the privilege of having our very own Highland dancing performance for the children. The children were absolutely amazed at this new and wondrous experience. Our performers were Angus Wilton (piper) Sophia Wilton (blue kilt) Emily Andersen (pink kilt). 

Highland dancing is a competitive and technical dance form requiring technique, stamina, and strength, and is recognised as a sport by the Sport Council of Scotland. In Highland dancing, the dancers dance on the balls of the feet Highland dancing is a form of solo step dancing, from which it evolved, but while some forms of step dancing are purely percussive in nature, Highland dancing involves not only a combination of steps but also some integral upper body, arm, and hand movements.


Highland Dancers Visit