Get the tune!The Strickland Arms

Devised by Andy Cheyne. The tune is originally Irish, and is called Mrs. O'Dwyer's Fancy.

A1 Once-To-Yourself.
A2 Foot-Up-And-Down.
B1 Chorus: All face across the set. Short sidestep left, moving forwards so that all six dancers are in a single line (in line with the musician); short sidestep right, moving forwards to reach the opposite side of the set. Galley left to face across the set; two plain capers. Half Hey.
A3 Half Gyp.
B2 Chorus as in B1, except instead of crossing over with two short sidesteps, cross over with two half capers, passing your partner right-shoulder-to-right-shoulder.
A4 Whole Gyp.
C1 Chorus as in B1, except instead of crossing over with two short sidesteps, cross over with two squash-beetles. The six dancers should be in a straight line at the end of the first squash-beetle.
A5 Rounds.
C2 Chorus as in C1, except instead of crossing over with two squash-beetles, cross over with two upright capers. Finish the final Half Hey with four plain capers facing up.