The Hong Kong Highlanders Reel Club

Established in 1947, The Reel Club has been affiliated with the Hong Kong Highlanders since 1997. It was originally set up by the then minister of Union Church with the intention of providing British servicemen with wholesome entertainment and keeping them away from less salubrious areas of Hong Kong (!).

Seventy years later, it is still providing people with wholesome entertainment and the chance to meet friends and dance on a regular basis. Individual members may come and go, but the regular Monday night meetings keep on going.

The Reel Club is an affiliate member of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, a global organisation dedicated to promoting Scottish Country Dance.

Social Dancing

What: Starts with easier dances and progresses onto more challenging dances. All dances are walked through in advance.

Where: The Hong Kong Cricket Club, 137 Wong Nai Chung Gap Road, Hong Kong

When: Mondays; 8 -10pm

How to get there: Bus No. 6 or 66 leave regularly from Exchange Square. 

2019 dates are booked as follows; 

September 23rd and 30th

October 14th, 21st and 28th

November 4th, 11th and 18th

December 2nd, 9th and 16th

Scottish country dancing or soft shoes required.

A beginners' class can be organised with a minimum of eight dancers.

Occasional social dances, normally at the end of sessions.

The chance to take part in the many social events, including ceilidhs and dances, organised by the Hong Kong Highlanders. You don't have to become a member of the Highlanders to attend the Reel Club, but members get reduced rates.

Enquiries: Joe Schembri