|A1||Face Neighbours: Forward & Back
Promenade Hold: Dance Forward & Right into a Line of Four (Menís Left Shoulders almost touching)
Turn the Line until you are facing the couple behind
|A2||Repeat to Places|
|B1||Gypsy Hey for Three: Neighbour Gypsy Right, Gypsy Left with the person behind|
|B2||Face Neighbours: Forward & Back
Partner Cross-Hand Swing - traveling AC around Neighbours to face New Neighbours
Pat Shaw was a leading figure in the 20th century dance world. As well as writing his own dances and interpreting dances from the 17th and 18th centuries he also researched traditional dances from the 19th and early 20th centuries. He was a regular contributor to the English Dance & Song magazine.
Pat Shaw 1917-1977 gives a flavour of this man of many talents.
The Pat Shaw Collection includes over 60 of Pat's own compositions.
Another Look at Playford has 120 of Pat's interpetations of older dances.
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