ceilidh

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an informal social gathering at which there is Scottish or Irish folk music and singing and folk dancing and story telling

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Bedworth Civic Hall plays host to a free craft fair and Saturday night ceildh with Steamchicken and Sheena Masson.
Step out into the town tomorrow and you'll hear the award winning Marsh Ladies Choir, Sixties' style pop groupThe Pathfinders, the West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service Pipe Band, Shepley Band and the Fusspots Ceildh Band.
Highlights in the Highlands include appearances by Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, performance poet Rachel Jury, singer Barb Jungr, the world-premiere stage production of Louisa Walsh's best-selling gay novel The Cutting Room (set in Glasgow), and the annual Gay Ceildh dance, which is billed as a gay/lesbian twist on the traditional Scottish country dance.
Desert Sage f Selkirk -Prairie Flower JH Richmond-Watson 2-RPR 73 Second in the other division of the Nottingham maiden that Ceildh House won.
The performers called their evening 'A Bit of a Do', the musicians (guitarist Gerald Garcia and John Pethica, fiddle and squeezebox) found superb tunes for the evening which were played with an immense flourish in the best ceildh band style.
During Fairtrade Fortnight, a number of events were held including a ceildh and trade stands in supermarkets.