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Sequence dancing is a form of dance with a pre-set pattern of movements to music. Also known as folk dancing, it may include ballroom dances, which move round the floor, as well as line, square and circle dances. The term 'folk dance' is reserved for dances which are bound by tradition and originated when a distinction was made between the dances of common folk and those of high society. A number of modern ballroom dances originated from folk ones. Folk or sequence dancing is a competitive sport as well as a social pastime.
What could be more fun than a traditional Gaelic Ceilidh? - It means party, after all. Everyone can take part, even those with two left feet! You're under the watchful eye of a professional caller who walks you through the moves. Or how about an evening of line dancing? It's easy to learn and you don't even need a partner. Go on, you know you want to.