The Royal Burgh of Sanquhar is a small market town on the river Nith and is surrounded by the most striking scenery and offers plenty of walks in the countryside. The ruins of the medieval castle on the southern approach have a very colourful history.
Captured by both the English and Scots during the Wars of Independence the castle has been visited by William Wallace, Robert Bruce,Edward1 of England and Edward 11 while centuries later Sanquhar was visited by Mary Queen of Scots and her son James VI.
2022 Inclusive Dance Project
SHAKESPEARE ON WHEELS
Historical dances adapted for wheels: be it wheelchairs, skateboards, rollerblades, mobility aids or shopping trolleys!
Events planned around the UK, including at Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford Upon Avon.
Disability Advisor: Neil Hancock (RADA / Shakespeare Birthplace Trust)
NONSUCH Paradance UK instructors: Darren Royston, Francesca Roche and others.
The course in April 2022 'A WEEKEND OF DANCE AND MUSIC MAKING WITH SHAKESPEARE AND ST GEORGE' (near Scarborough) arranged for April 2022 has been rearranged for April 2023.
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