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Remco Viëtor

Message 38070 · 13 Mar 2004 14:57:50 · Variable-width font · Whole thread

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On Friday 12 March 2004 20:22, RON TAYLOR wrote:
> Helen your experience is by no means unique. Some years ago a group of
> us from England went to an RSCDS very formal Ball in an anonymous part
> of Scotland and because a number of variations of the
> Duke of Perth were done ( not by our group) the MC refused to allow an
> encore. All hell broke lose and one group walked out.

For me, the situations are different: in Helen's case, the RSCDS dancers
were effectively _guests_ of the university society organising the ball
(at in general very low costs, in the order of 5£), whereas in the case
cited here, it is the inverse.

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