Where you are in lines of six, dance up to the band and high kick, turn, dance away and high kick, reel in and out of your line of six...
Three couples in a line across the room, all facing up to the band...
There'll be lines forming up behind you, and there might be another line next to you. The people at the bottom of the room will find they've got the most room to dance...
You need a partner↗, find your way onto the dancefloor and join a line facing the band.
The music can be 32 or 64 bar reels. The dance takes 64 bars...
Face your partner, you'll be doing a reel for six people.
You start passing your partner with your right shoulder, the person heading towards you with your left, the next person with your right and so on...
Remember who's in your set. When you get to the end, you'll need to cast right to face back the way you came and you'll have someone heading towards you whom you pass right shoulders with...
You will meet your partner "half way", just keep going. Cast again at the other end of the set and carry on until you get back to your original positions and meet your partner again.
Do what you feel the music tells you; if it is stately, be stately. If there's some Rock and Roll, do some Rock and Roll.
With your partner, in the space available...
Everybody join hands with their partner and face right as couples...
Listen to the caller. They will say which end should lead the double cast
and where the arches should be. Different callers can call different things.
In this description the couple at the right hand leads and makes the arch at the left hand end.
You'll be doing a "double cast", which means you keep hold of your partner and make a turn to the left... If you are at the right hand end, you have to lead...
When you are making the arch, arrange it along the line so people can duck through it while heading away from the band. Remember that people going through have to dance back to their new places in the line.
You'll find callers who call different sequences of moves in the C2 part; the Back to Back before the Two Hand turn. Do what you prefer...
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