Firbush Tango Weekend 2023

Stories : Story : Chronicle : Dance, People

Firbush holds a special place in the hearts of many Edinburgh dancers who once a year take a trip inland to the beautiful Loch Tay just three miles from the little village of Killin. There, in a large cabin by the lake, the weekend is spent studying tango, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, cycling, eating and drinking together.

This year was no different! Despite glorious sunshine, rain, ice and snow, a marvellous time was had by all.

Many thanks to our tango teachers, Jessie Kennedy and Sarah Morris, our DJs Federica Cologna and Sarah Morris and to Imogen Morris who organised the whole experience for us. Lastly, a great many thanks to our dear friend, fellow dancer and photographer, Dennis Rewt, for capturing our best moments.

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Firbush 2023 Photo Album

Subject: Chronicle / Dance, People

Published: 23 March 2023 by Rita Horne


Dennis Rewt – Photographer –

Photographer: Dennis Rewt
Author: Rita Horne
DJ, Teacher: Sarah Morris
Teacher: Jessie Kennedy


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