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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A club spokesman added: "We had a great weekend at Paisley Rugby Club, with the 1st XV winning 60-24 against Uddingston RFC and the success of the annual ceilidh.
We are, of course, advocating regular exercise and think of our Daily Ceilidh as an energiser.
Special thanks go out to the ceilidh committee who put so much hard work into organising this wonderful evening.
Past president John McGill said: "We invited them along to the ceilidh as they've helped with various events in the community this year, and it was lovely to have them there.
But the author of a new book has controversially claimed that ceilidhs are English.
The ceilidh dancing was taught by a lady called Liz and four older students.
This Friday night, the hall will once again host an evening of traditional ceilidh dancing within the magnificent surroundings of the Grand Hall.
Spot On is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2016 and this ceilidh is a fundraising event towards its musical production next year which is yet to be announced.
8pm: Ceildh with Monster Ceilidh Band and Gordon Potts.
Her daughter Ceilidh, 13, is a British citizen and depends on her mum for support.
Guinness, shamrocks and a good old fashioned ceilidh will be part of a festival of Irish culture throughout this weekend.
Named Ceilidh Minogue, it's an event which is sure to keep those attending on their toes.
Next day I spoke to my friend Wally Walsh, a primary school teacher and a full-on Irishman from Galway and we decided on a ceilidh.
brumshospice: Birmingham St Mary's Hospice | Ceilidh with Dempsey's Lot.