Saturday 28th April - (Whitby) DAYMOLITION
Monday 7th May - (Scarborough) Coast & County Radio CHAPTER 3 live session
Saturday 19th May - (Scarborough) Tattoo Show At Scarborough Spa
Saturday 16th June - (York) Black Rose All Dayer
Friday 29th June - (Scarborough) Chapter 3 @ Apollo Scarborough
Saturday 7th July - private VIP party
Saturday 21st July - (Scarborough)Yorkshire Coast Festival
Saturday 28th July - (Sowerby Bridge) The Blind Pig, with the mighty Sub Gents
Saturday 29th December (Whitby) Metropole, with Sub Gents
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The Danse Society performing at the Blind Pig in Sowerby bridge on the 28th July 2018 for an intimate gig with the mighty Subterranean Gentlemen.
The Danse Society performing at the Yorkshire Coast Festival on the 21st July 2018. Images from Audiovirus Agency.
The Danse Society performing at a private VIP party on the 7th July 2018. Pics courtesy of I.A.P. UK. Guest drummer Iain Hunter back on board for this one off x
The Danse Society performing at Apollo in Scarborough for Chapter 3 Radio on the 29th June 2018. Pics courtesy of I.A.P. UK, Fee Moss, Evan Morris, Brandon Smith.
The Danse Society performing at the Tattoo Show At Scarborough SPA on the 19th May 2018. Images from Ian Duncan.
The Danse Society performing on M onday 7th May - (Scarborough) Coast & County Radio CHAPTER 3 live session.
19th November 2016. An unusual acoustic set specially performed for the John Peel day in Filey at The Imperial, along amazing acts such as The Tall Boy, Echotwin, The Republic of Trees, Chris Scarlett, Wolf Housman, Satanic Malfunctions,Johnny Campbell, Loudhailer Electric Company, Morning Bride, Keith Newby, Nocturnal Flowers. Hosted by Simon Muire and Ian Kennington.
The Danse Society performing at the SCI-FI Festival at Scarborough Spa Complex 14th March 2015. Pics by I.A.P. UK
THE DANSE SOCIETY IN SHEFFIELD @ South Sea 7th March 2015
Warm up gig. Pics courtesy of Piers De Mison