clog dancer


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someone who does clog dancing

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In the genealogy show, viewers learn Harry liked to throw all-night parties and was so keen to meet good clog dancers he left his "one-horse town" and travelled to Sydney and advertised for people to compete with him.
Even clog dancer Beryl Ingham, later to become his wife, was not impressed at Formby's earlier shows.
CLOG dancer Enlli Parri has won the Urdd Gobaith Cymru Bryn Terfel Scholarship.
Flautist and clog dancer Enlli Parri was awarded the Scholarship, which is worth PS4,000, in a concert held in the Aberystwyth Art Centre on Sunday night that was broadcast live on S4C.
It has to be said that Roy at that time had no idea that Pat was a clog dancer.
Joining them is Cyw presenter Trystan Ellis Morris, another veteran of the Eisteddfod stage, and S4C news programme Newyddion 9 sports reporter, Iwan Griffiths who's a talented clog dancer.
It was only a matter of time after the surreal arrival of Fiona Taylor as the burlesque Fifi Fontaine - surely the first clog dancer to perform in a basque?
With its intensely emotional structure reflecting the sadness of a blind flower-seller, the film's heroine, and its seamless narrative images, the movie delighted a packed house throughout the evening and on an interesting social note, my grandmother (who doubled as a theatrical landlady) took in Chaplin as a lodger around 1900 during his time touring the Black Country halls as a clog dancer.
The puppet animals were at first cute but when one clog dancer stood on the hedgehog it became Bourne black humour.
The puppet animals were cute at first, but when one clog dancer stood on the hedgehog, Bourne's black humour shone through.
HE was perhaps the first stand-up comic, the best-loved pantomime dame and the world champion clog dancer.
The mentors advising the contestants are singers, Leah-Marian Jones and Gwyn Hughes Jones; actor and comedian, Owain Arthur; actor and director, Daniel Evans; clog dancer, Huw Williams, and flautist, Matthew Featherstone.
The workshops, organised by North East clog dancer and teacher, Laura Connelly, tied in with the production's UK tour which runs until March and are designed to introduce young children to alternative forms of dance.