Dates & News

Hello Everybody! 

Hope you're enjoying the sunshine, at last there is some!.... check out my regular classes and join the newsletter for dancing opportunities with me and other clubs and events all over the country!

And for Folk Dance Remixed dates: we're going to be in Croydon and Margate in September and October!

And if you love European dancing - join me and the fantastic Oscina at Festival des Panards, from the 6th till 8th October 2023 in Todmorden Town Hall

Here's the fabulous line up of musicians and dance tutors:

Morvan legends : Seb Lagrange, Quentin Millet and Jean-Pascal Pin in their new band: Gallica Trio

From Brittany: well-known to the Breton fest-noz scene, the talented Duo Blain-Leyzour and Duo Cheul-Rigal

The Wendigo (Annie Summers, Julian Sutton, Steve Tyler), are reforming for our festival, and we will welcome some of our favorite artists, Chris Walshaw, Frances Watts, Anna Pack, in their new band: Oscina

If that was not all, two of the best dance tutors will join us to complete this exciting programme: Kerry Fletcher and Solenn Boennec (from Brittany).


Full details on our website

Tickets are available via the link on the website or directly at:

SOOO looking forward to these last gigs and workshops of the season !!!

All the best, Kerry

See Below for information about my REGULAR CLASSES...

Appalachian Percussive Dance

Regular Appalachian Dance classes in Faversham, Kent (weekly) and Holwell, Hertfordshire (monthly), start up in January.


Faversham, Kent

St Catherine's Schoolroom, Preston Lane, Faversham, Kent ME13 8LG (in the churchyard, by the footbridge over the railway)

Thursday evenings term-time


Sept 14th - 19th Oct (no class on September 28th, or Oct 26th half term) Nov 2nd - Dec 14th 



6.30pm – 7.30pm

Mixed levels

7pm – 7.55pm


8.10pm – 9pm


9pm – 9.30pm

Costs per class - 12 week term, payable termly or half-termly):

Beginners - £7.50 (£6.50 conc)

Mixed level and/or Improvers - £8 (£7 conc)

Improvers and Intermediates - £11.50 (£9.50 conc)

As ever, if you need help with the costs, please talk to me as I would rather you were dancing than not!!


Holwell, Hertfordshire - Monthly Saturday mornings


levels and times:

Class 1 is Mixed level, including beginners (1 1/2 hours) – 9.30am-11:00am. An introduction for new dancers and a great warm up class for all levels.

Class 2 is Improvers (1 1/2 hours) – 11:15am – 12:45pm. This is for those who've already got lots of steps and moves under their feet and are keen to work on dances together.

Class 3 is Intermediate   (1 hour) – 1pm – 2pm This is a fast paced class for more experienced dancers.


Costs: £11 (£9 conc) Mixed/Improvers / for both £17 (£13 conc) / £8 (£7 conc) Intermediates.

At: Holwell Village Hall, Pirton Road, Holwell, Hitchin, Herts, SG5 3SS

Zoomland - if you'd like to join via zoom, please contact Kerry in advance for the link!

Autumn dates so far are:


September 30th

October 28th

November 18th  

December 2nd



European Dance 

Faversham, Kent - Monthly Monday evenings

Monthly Mondays - 2023  October 2nd, November 6th, December 4th 

There’s going to be a change in the monthly Eurodance classes and mini Bals as I’ll be taking a break from the teaching side of the sessions due to personal reasons.

The good news is that the fabulous musicians and Isabel are going to keep the sessions going so that the opportunity to play and dance in person continues!! Though I am very very sorry indeed that I’ll not be able to offer the sessions in Zoomland for now.

Here’s how it will work…

The musicians will be at the hall, ready to play from 7.30pm – 9.30pm, as usual.

There will be an informal Bal, and Isabel, and hopefully other experienced dancers, will be on hand to help anyone new to this wonderful style of dancing! There may be requests, though please don’t expect the musicians to know all the tunes to any dance possible! You may have to give them time to work up a new tune for the next session.

The hall costs are £40 and all attending will be asked to make a donation towards the costs – obviously, the more people who can come, the cheaper it will be for everyone. If you cannot afford it, due to the ridiculous rising costs in living, then please come anyway – we all want the playing and dancing to continue with as many of you as possible!

It would be great to get more people along anyway, so please do spread the word – many thanks.

Graham, Mark and Isabel will be in charge – please respect that they are doing this as volunteers – thanks!

I hope you all have a wonderful time dancing to the fabulous music!

This is only au revoir, not goodbye! Kerry

In person: St Catherine's Schoolroom, Preston Lane, Faversham, Kent ME13 8LG

If you haven't been before, it's in the churchyard of St Catherine's, as you come into the car park, turn left down the lane towards the footbridge over the railway line - you wouldn't know there was a little hall there but there is! 


Folk Dance Remixed's Solo Ceilidh Cardio - get yourself Folk Fit!!

Here it is, just click on this!

Natasha and I, with guest artist Damien Anyasi, went into the fabulous Kennedy Hall at the English Folk Dance and Song Society's HQ to film this - so get your dancing shoes on and join us at home!

Sarah Morgan Foundation Bursary

And for any of you singers out there who need a bit of financial support, you can apply to the Sarah Morgan Foundation for funding. This is to attend any folk song courses of an education nature, anywhere! You just need to demonstrate a financial reason to apply

The website for applications is:    

So, here’s all the information about the Appalachian and European dance classes. They are mostly currently running in person and in Zoomland simultaneously - and please feel free to share with other dancers around the country as you can zoom in from anywhere!


If you'd like to join a class in Zoomland, please email me for the Link

Old News!

Nomination for a One Dance UK award!!

I'm delighted and utterly honoured to have been nominated and have made it to the long list! It's in the category of... The Inspirational Community Dance Practitioner Award and is for a practitioner whose work within the community creates a positive impact with groups or a group of people. They use the power of dance to engage and motivate those who they work with, and create opportunities for people of all ages and backgrounds to dance. Click here to see the long list and more about One Dance UK. The shortlist will be announced in September. 

Folk Dance Remixed are celebrating their 10th birthday!!!

It’s been 10 years since Natasha Khamjani and Kerry Fletcher met in the garden at Cecil Sharp House. With a maypole as inspiration and boundless enthusiasm they began to create an exciting and unique mix of folk and street dance styles. Joined by Frances Watt, they are now a leading company that, until lockdown, could be found taking their maypole and fabulously talented, diverse company up and down the land.

And, to celebrate 10 years together, they’ve made a fantastic film with company members old and new – Enjoy!!

It would be fabulous if you can make some comments and share where you can – thanks!!

My regular classes and events

Dates and details above!...

Email me for the link/s: and then please share as widely as you can - just not on public social media - thanks!


Look forward to a dance with you soon!


All the best, Kerry

Folk Dance Remixed were one of the opening acts at Latitude Festival in July last year – it was an amazing and brilliantly fun evening – thanks to Dance East for getting us there and to everyone who joined in so wholeheartedly – you were terrific!!!