The Ceilidh House: Come All Ye
Welcome to The Ceilidh House on 31st July, where people meet to dance, sing, play music and share stories!
About The Ceilidh House: Come All Ye
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Welcome to The Ceilidh House, where people meet to dance, sing, play music and share stories. A traditional Scottish Ceilidh is friendly, lively, and enjoyable with the chance to participate or just to sit back and enjoy the fun!
Featuring Jess Smith (singer & storyteller), Charlie Grey (fiddler), Tina Jordan Rees (dancer) and David Francis (MC & caller).
Part of Scotland’s Revival: The Hamish Henderson Summer School
Folklorist, poet, songmaker and educator Hamish Henderson has been at the heart of radical change in Scotland. In his centenary year, TRACS looks at Scotland today through the legacy and continuing impact of his multifaceted personality, described as the founding father of Scotland’s twentieth century folk renaissance. TRACS Summer School brings together experts, artists and activists, often, like Hamish, in the same person.
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