A beautifully restored, old barn provided the perfect setting for the after-dinner barn dance.
West Meon village hall was the ideal venue for a ceilidh at the week-end. Some imaginative Scottish costumes too.
Lots of energy from the friends of Rob Knox at the fundraising barn dance.
The Junior School Ceilidh was a very lively event. Lots of energy, bubbling excitement and crazy dancing. Just the sort of thing to expect when Kingsfolk turns up.
Strip the Willow got everyone onto the dance floor at the 60th birthday party. These energetic dancers really got into the swing of things and helped to create a brilliant atmosphere.
There was a distinctly Scottish flavour to the Burns Night Supper and Ceilidh at Archbishop Tenison’s. The haggis was piped in by a traditional, Highland piper and there was a lot of swirling tartan on the dance floor.
Kingsfolk violinist, Jocelyn Coates, can be heard singing solo during the Daily Service on BBC Radio 4 LW. Tuesday 24th January at 09.44 The theme of the service is Christian Unity – Celebrating Difference: The Trinity Laban Chamber Choir is led by Stephen Jackson.
The Dashing White Sergeant was a highlight of the wedding ceilidh at the Metropolitan Police Sports Club Hayes. The guests must have been doing some serious practice for this one.
Kingsfolk plays for a spirited birthday ceilidh at Coombe Wood.
Harvest barn dance at Emmanuel, Chadwell-St.-Mary.