Traditional forms of percussive dance including Appalachian, English, Welsh, Cornish and Irish. Some dances, especially the English, Welsh and Cornish are performed wearing traditional clogs but many just wear hard shoes or boots with taps. The Appalachian form is commonly called clogging although clogs are not worn.
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Alive and Kicking
Exeter group who perform music and Appalachian clog dance. Diary, gallery and booking information.
Beetlecrushers. Clog and Stepdance
Somerset mixed group, performing Clog dances from all parts of the UK, and Stepdances from Cape Breton, Quebec and the Isle of Man
Somerset clog team specialising in Appalachian precision step. Photo gallery, performance diary and a directory of UK Appalachian Step Dance teams.
Clogs and Clog making
Jeremy Atkinson still makes the entire clog by hand and specialises in traditional nineteenth-century styles. On line catalogue.
English Clogging in Lancashire
History of Lancashire clogging with information on clog fighting, clogs and some Lancashire poetry.
Appalachian clogging side based in Crawley, West Sussex. Details of practice sessions, photographs and related activity links.
Kick the Cat Appalachian Dancers
Edinburgh's Appalachian clogging group. Gives meeting time and location and welcomes beginners.
Touchwood Appalachian Dancers
Appalachian dance group from the East Midlands dancing old-time clogging since 1985.
Trefor Owen Clogs
Canterbury clogmaker offers advice on buying clogs and an article on clog making.
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