MARLOW FOLK DANCE CLUB

Marlow Folk Dance Club meets 2nd and 4th Fridays at Liston Hall, Marlow (SL7 1DD) between 8pm and 10.30pm.

We have over 50 members and dance predominantly English dances to CDs or our club musicians, Patsy & Chris. We are very friendly and newcomers are always welcome, with or without experience. All dances are called. You don't need a partner. Why not come and give us a go?

Liston Hall is situated in Chapel Street, Marlow, on the corner of Liston Road. Coming from the Henley direction, you enter Marlow, passing the High Street on your right. Continue over the next mini-roundabout, and Liston Road is the next turning right.

From the A404 Marlow bypass, take the A4155 towards Henley. After passing 'The Plough' public house on your right, Liston Road is the 4th turning left. The large Liston Road car park is signposted from the road and offers free parking in the evenings.

We run special public events on a regular basis. Also club outings and events in addition to the dance nights. There are no meetings in July and August.

Affiliated to the English Folk Dance and Song Society and to Marlow Community Association. A member of Chiltern Folk Association.

Registered Charity No 1051040.

For more information, call Janet on 01494 531716 or email


  SPRING PROGRAMME 2018

  12th Jan#
Club night: Judith Inman & Alan Archer with CDs
  26th Jan
Club night:  Val & Ian McFarlane with Chris & Patsy
  9th Feb# Club night: Rachel Bending with CDs
  23rd Feb
Club Night: Club callers with Chris & Patsy
  9th Mar# Birthday Party: Ted Morse with Chris & Patsy
Please bring a plate of food to share

23rd Mar
Club night: Ivan Aitken with CDs
  13th Apr# Club Night: Ann & John Symmonds with CDs
 27th Apr
Howard Ballard with Chris & Patsy
 29th Apr
Spring Dance at Flackwell Heath community Centre: Mark Elvins with Thomas Bending and Ali Ellacott, 3-6.30pm
 11th May#Patricial Donnithorne with Chris & Patsy
 25th May
TBA
 8th June#Dave Kerridge with CDs

#These meetings will be preceded at 7.15pm with a short workshop of more complex dances led by Judith and Alan.

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