The Bristol Hungarian Folk Dance Group was formed in 2019 with the help of Andrea Szabó, a participant of the Kőrösi Csoma Sándor programme supporting Hungarian communities worldwide. The group launched with great enthusiasm, although progress was slowed by the Covid pandemic when the weekly rehearsals had to stop. Once it was possible to start anew, the members learnt Szatmári, Széki and Moldavian dances with Ádám Radics and Diána Szeidler-Lednitzky. The repertoire now also includes Szilágysági and Kazári dances. With multiple successful performances, the group is constantly growing, and we also organise the folk dance house (táncház) in Bristol which is greatly enjoyed by all participants. Our goal is to learn, preserve and share the joy of Hungarian folk dances. You can keep up with our events by following our Facebook page, or get in touch if you would like to join us.