Tuesday. Govan, Glasgow. Passion, desire and sweat on the dance floor. Welcome to the Fairfield Socials OAP tea dance.

The Fairfield working men's club with its faded 1960s kitsch ambiance is a place where seniors' physical fragility, awareness of time and mortality are present, although overshadowed by a desire to embrace life in an intense and unsentimental way.

The film challenges our prejudice, exploring the realities of relationship problems more often associated with twenty something - cheating partners, commitment issues, and life as a singleton looking for love.
Directed / Filmed : Paul Fegan
Edited : David Arthur
Produced : Flore Cosquer
Additional Camera : Julian Schwanitz

Commissioned by Scottish Documentary Institute / Creative Scotland / STV