Contrafusion
Monday Evenings — Ashford
Tuesday Afternoons — Maidstone
Saturday Evenings — Ashford & Maidstone

Plain Hamburger

Home || Dance Videos || Contra Dancing || Your Ceilidh/Barn Dance || Contra Waltz || Dance Index || About Us || Contact Us || Links

Plain Hamburger

Source: Composed by John Sweeney
Formation: Longways; Improper

A #1s Lead to #2 Man, who Falls Back (2) - #1 Man steals Lady #2
Line of Three Fall Back, #2 Man coming Forward (2)
There is now a Diagonal Line of Three facing #2 Man
Make Two Arches: Balance R/L (4)
Men Dosido (Ladies moving with #1 Man)
B All Four: Balance the Ring; #2s Arch, #1s Dive through, #2s Move Up to Progress
Partner Two Hand Turn/Swing - open to face New Neighbours

Music:
Any suitable 16 bar tune.

Notes:
I liked the idea of the Double-Arched Dosido in Pat Shaw's Hamburger Special, but my dancers found it a little rushed, so I wrote this simpler version with the same move. The name comes, of course, from the company that uses a large yellow double arch as its logo.

Back to Dance Index

I'd love to hear from you if you try this dance.

Feedback is very welcome on any aspect of these dances or Web pages.

Please contact You must enable JavaScript to see this e-mail address. with your comments.

Home | Dance Videos | Contra Dancing | Your Ceilidh/Barn Dance | Contra Waltz | Dance Index | About Us | Contact Us | Links