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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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Spokesperson Julie Christie said:"We would like to hear from anyone who would like to sell some raffle tickets to friends, colleagues or community groups to support Start Up.The draw will be held at the ceilidh and there are some great prizes.
robert BURNS This year the ceilidh was mandatory, however, it didn't mean you had to get a partner beforehand.
|St George's Hall hosted a late-night ceilidh and other happenings
The evening ceilidh kicks of at 7pm led by ceilidh group Whirligig who feature Gavin Marwick (fiddle), Ruth Morris (fiddle/nyckelharpa and dance calling) and Pete Garnett (accordion).
Where else is my busdriver going to have a mini ceilidh with me?"
If you want to ceilidh until dawn, it has to be Calum "Boydie" MacLeod and the boys.
Margaret told the Advertiser: "The ceilidh was attended by our large extended family and friends who all enjoyed a night of good food and dancing.
A band, singer and piper will be in attendance while there will also be ceilidh dancing, tea and cake and a raffle.
Every Christmas, St Aidan's High S5 students come together to organise the best night of the year - the Christmas Ceilidh.
MUSIC SOCIETY CEILIDH. The highly rated and popular Sutton Bonington Music Society based at the village Campus of Nottingham University is hosting an evening of dancing and music in the form of a ceilidh and an open mic night on Friday November 30.
n Summerhall is set to host one of the biggest outdoor ceilidhs in Edinburgh this summer, with dances led by the Scott Leslie Ceilidh Band.
CEILIDH DANCE, ROYAL SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE Date: 4th May Time: 8-10pm Venue: Coleraine Grammar School, Coleraine Ceilidh dance open to everyone, no previous Scottish Dancing experience required.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 30 October 2017: Swiss folkloric band SOAS Ceilidh will be leading an English and Irish folk music night at Darb 1718 on November 11.
Tickets are also on sale for the Infinite Folk Ceilidh, on the same day from 5pm to 8pm in ARC's theatre and is open to all the family.
MOLDGREEN-BASED Spot On Musical Theatre is organising a fundraising ceilidh for September.