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October 2018

Fri 5th, Canongate Cadjers Ceilidh Band, Legion Hall, 33 Rodney Street, Edinburgh EH7 4EL, 8.00pm-11.00pm, £8.00 (£6.00 concession), organised by cadjers music factory, email: cadjersband@gmail.com, tel: 07815 741699. Great Traditional Ceilidh with Live Band & Caller. Suitable for Beginners to Experienced Dancers. Licenced Bar, Nice Dance Floor and easy on Street Parking. No need to book tickets ~ just Pay at Door on the Night. All Welcome with free entry for under 12's. Facebook: Canongate Cadjers

Fri 5th, Ceilidh Caleerie Dance Band, Columcille Centre, Newbattle Terrace, 7.30pm-10.20pm, £10.00, organised by Sphephelo Charity. Includes light buffet. Under 13’s go free. Refreshments available for purchase. Raffle. Home baking.

Sat 6th, Edinburgh Contra with Sgàil, Columcille Hall, Newbattle Terrace Edinburgh EH10, 7:45pm-10:30pm, £10.00, organised by Edinburgh Contra, email: EdinburghContra@gmail.com. Contra dancing, Ceilidh’s American cousin, is a fun social dance that everyone can enjoy. Danced in long lines of couples, Contra dancing is known for its interesting patterns, great music and friendly atmosphere. We have live music from Sgàil and Rachel Wallace teaching the dances. All are welcome, family friendly, no partner needed, no experience necessary. 15-minute welcome session for new dancers starts at 7:45pm. Come along and give it a go! £10 on the door, under 12s free. Bring your own drinks. Step-free access and accessible toilets available. Calling will be gender-neutral ‘larks and ravens’ style.

Sat 20th, The Raggle Taggle Dance Band, Grassmarket Community Centre, 86 Candlemaker Row EH1 2QA, 7pm-11pm, £12.00, organised by Grassmarket Community Project and GRASS (Grassmarket Residents’ Association), email: grassmarket.residents.assoc@gmail.com, tel: 0131 225 3626 . Grassmarket Community Ceilidh, fundraiser for GCP and GRASS BYOB (no bar), stovies (vegan option), auction, raffle and live music from The Raggle Taggle Dance Band Advance tickets £12, available through: Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/family-ceilidh-fundraising-for- grass-grassmarket-community-project-tickets-50392590595 In Person: pop into the Grassmarket Centre Tickets at the door on the night £15, kids under 12 free

Sat 20th, Hud Yer Wheesht and Wayward Jane, Greyfriars Kirk, 7pm-midnight, £12.00 (£7.00 concession), organised by ceilidh collective, email: robin@boe.org.uk, tel: www.ceilidhcollective.org. With room for 300 dancers, we've a full ceilidh with three hours of dances and calling by Hud Yer Wheesht as well as as support from the fabulous 4-piece Americana roots band, Wayward Jane. Our night to remember will be complemented by our full licensed bar with organic and fruit wines, real ales and local lagers, ethical juices, mulled cider, ten single malts, and a fundraising raffle with Gandolf... 100% of profits from bar, food, raffle and door go to Friends of the Earth Scotland and Refugee Survival Trust. The venue is fully accessible and family friendly.

Fri 26th, Annasach Ceilidh Band, The Counting House, 34 W Nicholson Street, Edinburgh, 8pm-11pm, £10.00 (£7.50 concession), organised by Annasach Ceilidh Band, email: info@annasach.co.uk, tel: 07768563138. Come and dance to Annasach Ceilidh Band at our regular Ceilidh at The Counting House, Edinburgh from 8pm.  All dances can be called so beginners welcome. Tickets available from https://www.annasach.co.uk/events

Fri 26th, Jimmy Wilson of Cruithne, Corn Exchange, Haddington, East Lothian EH41 3DS, 7:30pm-11:30pm, £8.00 (£8.00 concession), organised by Bett Morrison, email: Kidlaw64@gmail.com, tel: 01620 810 429 . Great fun charity ceilidh with all dances called or demonstrated by Bett Morrison. All welcome, please reserve tickets in advance if possible with organiser by phone. BYOB & nibbles if required. Charity fundraiser for Choir with India links. Family ticket two adults and 2 children £20.

Sat 27th, Bells McNab's Dance Band, St Bride's Centre, Orwell Terrace, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £9.00 (£7.50 concession), organised by Scots Music Group, email: info@scotsmusic.org, tel: 0131 555 7668. Monthly SMG fundraising ceilidh. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets £9/£7.50 in advance, £10 on the door. Book on-line at www.scotsmusic.org/ceilidhs. Our ceilidhs are enjoyed by all ages and are friendly, informal and fun. You’ll be made welcome whether you come on your own or with a party. You don’t need to know what to do – a caller will explain the dances and there are lots of friendly folk to give you a hand and get everyone up dancing!

November 2018

Fri 2nd, Canongate Cadjers Ceilidh Band, Legion Hall, 33 Rodney Street, Edinburgh EH7 4EL, 8.00pm-11.00pm, £8.00 (£6.00 concession), organised by cadjers music factory, email: cadjersband@gmail.com, tel: 07815 741699. Great Traditional Ceilidh with Live Band & Caller. Suitable for Beginners to Experienced Dancers. Licenced Bar, Nice Dance Floor and easy on Street Parking. No need to book tickets ~ just Pay at Door on the Night. All Welcome with free entry for under 12's. Facebook: Canongate Cadjers

Fri 2nd, John Carmichael and his SCD Band, PERTH Bells Sports Centre coaching Hall, Hay Street Perth PH1 5HS, by Black Watch Centre, 7:30pm-10:30pm, £10.00, organised by RSCDs Perth, tel: 0131 225 3854. Friday Night is Ceilidh Night PERTH. As part of the 2018 programme for the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society's Conference weekend, a fun and informal ceilidh is included with caller and live music. Suitable for all ages and abilities, it's a chance to get a taste of some of themost famous Scottish country dances, enjoy the energetic tones of a traditional Ceilidh band, and most of all join in one big party. [Birthday 80th Celebration for John Carmichael.] Great fun evening. Get your tickets in advance or at the door. More detail - ask John Carswell or Bernie Hewitt (Fife). Book on www.rscds.org Under 16s £5.

Sat 3rd, Edinburgh Contra with Scott Hartley and Marit Fält, Columcille Hall, Newbattle Terrace Edinburgh EH10, 7:45pm-10:30pm, £10.00, organised by Edinburgh Contra, email: EdinburghContra@gmail.com. Contra dancing, Ceilidh’s American cousin, is a fun social dance that everyone can enjoy. Danced in long lines of couples, Contra dancing is known for its interesting patterns, great music and friendly atmosphere. We have live music from Scott Hartley and Marit Fält, and Lisa Heywood teaching the dances. All are welcome, family friendly, no partner needed, no experience necessary. 15-minute welcome session for new dancers starts at 7:45pm. Come along and give it a go! £10 on the door, under 12s free. Bring your own drinks. Step-free access and accessible toilets available. Calling will be gender-neutral ‘larks and ravens’ style.

Sat 3rd, Bella McNab band with Dave Francis, Edinburgh City Chambers - Mound - Ross Theatre, Princess St Gardens, 1:45pm-7:30pm, entrance free, organised by Mohindra Dhall. Save the Day for Edinburgh's Diwali celebration, Scottish Ceilidh dancing plus variety of other styles including Bhangra, Bollywood, Salsa and Highland dancing. Starts with demonstrations outside City Chambers gather 1:30pm; proceeds down The Mound to Princess Street Garden. Castle Street 3:45pm. Edinburgh Diwali is an initiative by the Lord Provost of Edinburgh to bring Diwali-Festival of Lights, the most famous Indian Festival to Edinburgh so that the mainstream community can Share, Participate and Celebrate the Victory of Good over Evil. Edinburgh Diwali has successfully organized Diwali for last Three Years. The First Winter Festival of Edinburgh. More details Facebook & http://www.edinburghdiwali.co.uk/

Sun 4th, Jimmy Wilson of Cruithne, Kidlaw Farm Barn, near Haddington, East Lothian, 6pm-10pm, £5.00, organised by Bett Morrison, email: kidlaw64@gmail.com, tel: 01620 810 429. Ceilidh regulars as invited to join Bett Morrison on the farm for the Fireworks bonfire will be lit at 5pm, followed by perhaps a bite to eat (bowls of Chilli) and then the Ceilidh Dancing in the barn. Please donate £5 towards costs. Please note this is a Sunday evening.

Sat 10th, Pentlands Ceilidh Band with caller Richie B, Kingswood Hotel, Kinghorn Road, Burntisland, KY3 9LL., 7:30pm-10:30pm, £8.00, organised by West Fife Ceilidhs (.co.uk), email: Richard@WestFifeCeilidhs.co.uk, tel: 01383 730539. (Tickets £10 on the day or £8 pre-booked). Call in advance to guarantee entry or book online here: https://buynowplus.com/checkout/5b474e023d9b180004fb7c97 - West Fife Ceilidhs was set up by Richard Barriball to promote ceilidh dancing in West Fife. All dances demonstrated and called. Children must be 12 years or over and accompanied by an adult. Bar available. If you can run then you can dance. Beginner's welcome.

Sat 10th, Jimmy Wilson of Cruithne, Corn Exchange, Haddington, East Lothian EH41 3DS, 7:30pm-11pm, £15.00, organised by Bett Morrison, email: Kidlaw64@gmail.com, tel: 01620 810 429. Great fun charity ceilidh with supper included, tickets must be pre-booked. All dances called by Bett Morrison or demonstrated. Please reserve tickets for payment at the door and call for further details to Bett.

Sat 24th, Canongate Cadjers, St Bride's Centre, Orwell Terrace, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £9.00 (£7.50 concession), organised by Scots Music Group, email: info@scotsmusic.org, tel: 0131 555 7668. Monthly SMG fundraising ceilidh. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets £9/£7.50 in advance, £10 on the door. Book on-line at www.scotsmusic.org/ceilidhs. Our ceilidhs are enjoyed by all ages and are friendly, informal and fun. You’ll be made welcome whether you come on your own or with a party. You don’t need to know what to do – a caller will explain the dances and there are lots of friendly folk to give you a hand and get everyone up dancing!

Fri 30th, St. Andrews Night Ceilidh. Canongate Cadjers Ceilidh Band, Royal British Legion Hall, 33 Rodney Street, Edinburgh, 8.00pm-11.00pm, £10.00 (£7.00 concession), organised by cadjers music factory, email: cadjersband@gmail.com, tel: 07815 741699. Celebrate St. Andrews Night in Traditional Style. Highland Dance Team Demonstration. Live Ceilidh Band and Caller. No need to book (unless large group - phone for info) ~ Buffet Food included in ticket price. Just pay at the door . Everybody welcome.

Fri 30th, HLI ceilidh band, Lauriston Hall, 28 Lauriston St, Edinburgh EH3 9DJ, 8pm-11pm, £10.00, organised by Ken Gourlay, email: ken@edinburghceilidhs.co.uk, tel: 0131 339 5374. with caller Ken Gourlay, ceilidh band & piper. Soft drinks £1, alcohol £3. No high heels please. Attendees without bags, large handbags, rucksacks etc. will get fast-track entry. Mobile phones & tablets: photos & videos are OK but if you intend to spend time texting, browsing the web etc. please don't come. Musicians find this very rude. edinburghceilidhs.net

Fri 30th, Annasach Ceilidh Band, The Counting House, 34 W Nicholson Street, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £20.00 (£17.00 concession), organised by Annasach Ceilidh Band, email: info@annasach.co.uk, tel: 07768563138. Annasach Ceilidh Band invites you to our informal St Andrew's Night celebration in the hidden gem of Edinburgh’s Old Town, The Counting House. Buffet & a dram included. All dances can be called so beginners welcome. Tickets available from https://www.annasach.co.uk/events

December 2018

Sat 1st, HLI ceilidh band, Lauriston Hall, 28 Lauriston St, Edinburgh EH3 9DJ, 8pm-11pm, £10.00, organised by Ken Gourlay, email: ken@edinburghceilidhs.co.uk, tel: 0131 339 5374. with caller Ken Gourlay, Flaming Heather ceilidh band & piper. Soft drinks £1, alcohol £3. No high heels please. Attendees without bags, large handbags, rucksacks etc. will get fast-track entry. Mobile phones & tablets: photos & videos are OK but if you intend to spend time texting, browsing the web etc. please don't come. Musicians find this very rude. edinburghceilidhs.net

Sat 8th, The Occasionals, The Priory Church, South Queensferry, 7.30pm-11pm, £10.00, organised by Sheila McCutcheon, email: sheila.mccutcheon@gmail.com, tel: 0131 331 1528. A lovely venue, brilliant music for dancing, terrific home baking ! (Ward and Grant's) Please join us for another great night at the Priory. Some dances called and loads of dancers to help you through them all. Please book early as tickets sell out quickly. Home baking and tea at the break but please feel free to BYOB.

Sat 15th, Robert Fish Band, St Bride's Centre, Orwell Terrace, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £9.00 (£7.50 concession), organised by Scots Music Group, email: info@scotsmusic.org, tel: 0131 555 7668. Monthly SMG fundraising ceilidh. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets £9/£7.50 in advance, £10 on the door. Book on-line at www.scotsmusic.org/ceilidhs. Our ceilidhs are enjoyed by all ages and are friendly, informal and fun. You’ll be made welcome whether you come on your own or with a party. You don’t need to know what to do – a caller will explain the dances and there are lots of friendly folk to give you a hand and get everyone up dancing!

Sat 15th, Annasach Ceilidh Band, The Counting House, 34 W Nicholson Street, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £20.00 (£17.00 concession), organised by Annasach Ceilidh Band, email: info@annasach.co.uk, tel: 07768563138. Annasach Ceilidh Band invites you to our informal Christmas celebration in the hidden gem of Edinburgh’s Old Town, The Counting House. Buffet & a dram included. All dances can be called so beginners welcome. Tickets available from https://www.annasach.co.uk/events

Sat 15th, Edinburgh Contra with Edward Wallace and Tom Oakes, Columcille Hall, Newbattle Terrace Edinburgh EH10, 7:45pm-10:30pm, £10.00, organised by Edinburgh Contra, email: EdinburghContra@gmail.com. Contra dancing, Ceilidh’s American cousin, is a fun social dance that everyone can enjoy. Danced in long lines of couples, Contra dancing is known for its interesting patterns, great music and friendly atmosphere. We have live music from Edward Wallace and Tom Oakes, and Rhodri Davies teaching the dances. All are welcome, family friendly, no partner needed, no experience necessary. 15-minute welcome session for new dancers starts at 7:45pm. Come along and give it a go! £10 on the door, under 12s free. Bring your own drinks. Step-free access and accessible toilets available. Calling will be gender-neutral ‘larks and ravens’ style.

Fri 21st, CHRISTMAS CEILIDH ~ Canongate Cadjers Ceilidh Band, Legion Hall, 33 Rodney Street, Edinburgh EH7 4EL, 8.00pm-11.30pm, £10.00, organised by cadjers music factory, email: cadjersband@gmail.com, tel: 07815 741699. Our Annual Christmas Ceilidh with Live Band & Caller. Great fun night for all our regular dancers, office party or family Christmas celebration. Suitable for everybody (age 10+) from beginners to experienced dancers. Licenced Bar. Buffet Food Pincluded in ticket price. This event is always a sell-out so come early as limited to hall capacity with 90 tickets available. N.B Pay at door on night. Facebook: Canongate Cadjers

Sat 29th, Da Hooley ceilidh band, Bellfield, 16B Bellfield Street, Portobello EH15 2BP, 7.30-11pm, £12.00 (£10.00 concession), organised by Ros Gasson, email: ceilidhs@ceilidhdanceband.scot. Join us for a fantastic Porty night out. Bring your granny, your neighbour, your friends who can dance, and those who can’t. Drew, our caller will keep folk right with the dances. Tickets available from The Skylark and The Velvet Easel Gallery, Portobello High Street, and online. More info at ceilidhdanceband.scot/porty-ceilidhs Doors open 7pm Raising money for Porty Timebank

Mon 31st, Willie Fraser ceilidh band, Lauriston Hall, 28 Lauriston St, Edinburgh EH3 9DJ, 7pm-9.30pm, £15.00, organised by Ken Gourlay, email: ken@edinburghceilidhs.co.uk, tel: 0131 339 5374. with caller Ken Gourlay, ceilidh band & piper. Soft drinks £1, alcohol £3. No high heels please. Attendees without bags, large handbags, rucksacks etc. will get fast-track entry. Mobile phones & tablets: photos & videos are OK but if you intend to spend time texting, browsing the web etc. please don't come. Musicians find this very rude. edinburghceilidhs.net

Mon 31st, Willie Fraser ceilidh band, Lauriston Hall, 28 Lauriston St, Edinburgh EH3 9DJ, 10pm-12.30am, £30.00, organised by Ken Gourlay, email: ken@edinburghceilidhs.co.uk, tel: 0131 339 5374. with caller Ken Gourlay, ceilidh band & piper. Soft drinks £1, alcohol £3. No high heels please. Attendees without bags, large handbags, rucksacks etc. will get fast-track entry. Mobile phones & tablets: photos & videos are OK but if you intend to spend time texting, browsing the web etc. please don't come. Musicians find this very rude. edinburghceilidhs.net

Mon 31st, Da Hooley Ceilidh Band, Assembly Roxy, 20.30-01.00, £25.00, organised by Mojo, email: mopolson@yahoo.co.uk, tel: +447515409985. This will be our 6th Mojo Hogmanay Ceilidh with the wonderful Da Hooley Ceilidh Band. Drew and the guys really know how to get a party started. Security will open the doors at 8.30pm. Over 18s are very welcome. Their is a licensed bar on site, all drinks must be purchased from the bar. Kilts and tartan definitely encouraged. Tickets purchased in advance via Edinburgh Mojo on Eventbrite £25 + booking fee.

Mon 31st, Annasach Ceilidh Band, The Counting House, 34 W Nicholson Street, Edinburgh, 7pm-3am, £59.95, organised by The Pear Tree, email: info@peartreeedinburgh.co.uk, tel: 0131 667 7533. Join us at The Counting House Ballroom for our inaugural Hogmanay celebration. Newly refurbished but steeped in history we promise all our guests an evening to remember.

January 2019

Sat 19th, Da Hooley ceilidh band, Bellfield, 16B Bellfield Street, Portobello, EH15 2BP, 7.30pm-11.00pm, £12.00 (£10.00 concession), organised by Ros Gasson, email: ceilidhs@ceilidhdanceband.scot. Join us for a fantastic Porty night out. Bring your granny, your neighbour, your friends who can dance, and those who can’t. Drew, our caller will keep folk right with the dances. Tickets available from The Skylark and The Velvet Easel Gallery, Portobello High Street, and online. More info at ceilidhdanceband.scot/porty-ceilidhs Doors open 7pm Raising money for Portobello's Towerbank primary school

Sat 19th, Edinburgh Contra with Edward Wallace and Friends, Columcille Hall, Newbattle Terrace Edinburgh EH10, 7:45pm-10:30pm, £10.00, organised by Edinburgh Contra, email: EdinburghContra@gmail.com. Contra dancing, Ceilidh’s American cousin, is a fun social dance that everyone can enjoy. Danced in long lines of couples, Contra dancing is known for its interesting patterns, great music and friendly atmosphere. We have live music from Edward Wallace and Friends, and Jake Wood teaching the dances. All are welcome, family friendly, no partner needed, no experience necessary. 15-minute welcome session for new dancers starts at 7:45pm. Come along and give it a go! £10 on the door, under 12s free. Bring your own drinks. Step-free access and accessible toilets available. Calling will be gender-neutral ‘larks and ravens’ style.

Thu 24th, Annasach Ceilidh Band, The Counting House, 34 W Nicholson Street, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £22.00 (£18.00 concession), organised by Annasach Ceilidh Band, email: info@annasach.co.uk, tel: 07768563138. Annasach Ceilidh Band invites you to our informal celebration of The Bard's birthday in the hidden gem of Edinburgh’s Old Town, The Counting House. Buffet & a Famous Grouse included. All dances can be called so beginners welcome. Tickets available from https://www.annasach.co.uk/events

Fri 25th, HLI ceilidh band, Lauriston Hall, 28 Lauriston St, Edinburgh EH3 9DJ, 8pm-11pm, £10.00, organised by Ken Gourlay, email: ken@edinburghceilidhs.co.uk, tel: 0131 339 5374. with caller Ken Gourlay, ceilidh band & piper. Soft drinks £1, alcohol £3. No high heels please. Attendees without bags, large handbags, rucksacks etc. will get fast-track entry. Mobile phones & tablets: photos & videos are OK but if you intend to spend time texting, browsing the web etc. please don't come. Musicians find this very rude. edinburghceilidhs.net

Fri 25th, Annasach Ceilidh Band, The Counting House, 34 W Nicholson Street, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £22.00 (£18.00 concession), organised by Annasach Ceilidh Band, email: info@annasach.co.uk, tel: 07768563138. Annasach Ceilidh Band invites you to our informal celebration of The Bard's birthday in the hidden gem of Edinburgh’s Old Town, The Counting House. Buffet & a Famous Grouse included. All dances can be called so beginners welcome. Tickets available from https://www.annasach.co.uk/events

Sat 26th, Flaming Heather ceilidh band, Lauriston Hall, 28 Lauriston St, Edinburgh EH3 9DJ, 8pm-11pm, £10.00, organised by Ken Gourlay, email: ken@edinburghceilidhs.co.uk, tel: 0131 339 5374. with caller Ken Gourlay, Flaming Heather ceilidh band & piper. Soft drinks £1, alcohol £3. No high heels please. Attendees without bags, large handbags, rucksacks etc. will get fast-track entry. Mobile phones & tablets: photos & videos are OK but if you intend to spend time texting, browsing the web etc. please don't come. Musicians find this very rude. edinburghceilidhs.net

Sat 26th, Da Hooley Ceilidh Band, St Bride's Centre, Orwell Terrace, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £9.00 (£7.50 concession), organised by Scots Music Group, email: info@scotsmusic.org, tel: 0131 555 7668. Monthly SMG fundraising ceilidh. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets £9/£7.50 in advance, £10 on the door. Book on-line at www.scotsmusic.org/ceilidhs. Our ceilidhs are enjoyed by all ages and are friendly, informal and fun. You’ll be made welcome whether you come on your own or with a party. You don’t need to know what to do – a caller will explain the dances and there are lots of friendly folk to give you a hand and get everyone up dancing!

Sat 26th, Annasach Ceilidh Band, The Counting House, 34 W Nicholson Street, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £22.00 (£18.00 concession), organised by Annasach Ceilidh Band, email: info@annasach.co.uk, tel: 07768563138. Annasach Ceilidh Band invites you to our informal celebration of The Bard's birthday in the hidden gem of Edinburgh’s Old Town, The Counting House. Buffet & a Famous Grouse included. All dances can be called so beginners welcome. Tickets available from https://www.annasach.co.uk/events

February 2019

Sat 23rd, The Occasionals, St Bride's Centre, Orwell Terrace, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £9.00 (£7.50 concession), organised by Scots Music Group, email: info@scotsmusic.org, tel: 0131 555 7668. Monthly SMG fundraising ceilidh. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets £9/£7.50 in advance, £10 on the door. Book on-line at www.scotsmusic.org/ceilidhs. Our ceilidhs are enjoyed by all ages and are friendly, informal and fun. You’ll be made welcome whether you come on your own or with a party. You don’t need to know what to do – a caller will explain the dances and there are lots of friendly folk to give you a hand and get everyone up dancing!

March 2019

Sat 30th, Matthew Maclennan Ceilidh Band, St Bride's Centre, Orwell Terrace, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £9.00 (£7.50 concession), organised by Scots Music Group, email: info@scotsmusic.org, tel: 0131 555 7668. Monthly SMG fundraising ceilidh. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets £9/£7.50 in advance, £10 on the door. Book on-line at www.scotsmusic.org/ceilidhs. Our ceilidhs are enjoyed by all ages and are friendly, informal and fun. You’ll be made welcome whether you come on your own or with a party. You don’t need to know what to do – a caller will explain the dances and there are lots of friendly folk to give you a hand and get everyone up dancing!

April 2019

Sat 20th, Da Hooley ceilidh band, Bellfield, 16B Bellfield Street, Portobello, EH15 2BP, 7.30-11pm, £12.00 (£10.00 concession), organised by Ros Gasson, email: ceilidhs@ceilidhdanceband.scot. Join us for a fantastic Porty night out. Bring your granny, your neighbour, your friends who can dance, and those who can’t. Drew, our caller will keep folk right with the dances. Tickets available from The Skylark and The Velvet Easel Gallery, Portobello High Street, and online. More info at ceilidhdanceband.scot/porty-ceilidhs Doors open 7pm Raising money for the Wash House, Portobello’s community centre

Sat 27th, Portobello Ceilidh Band, St Bride's Centre, Orwell Terrace, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £9.00 (£7.50 concession), organised by Scots Music Group, email: info@scotsmusic.org, tel: 0131 555 7668. Monthly SMG fundraising ceilidh. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets £9/£7.50 in advance, £10 on the door. Book on-line at www.scotsmusic.org/ceilidhs. Our ceilidhs are enjoyed by all ages and are friendly, informal and fun. You’ll be made welcome whether you come on your own or with a party. You don’t need to know what to do – a caller will explain the dances and there are lots of friendly folk to give you a hand and get everyone up dancing!

May 2019

Sat 25th, Bella McNab's Dance Band, St Bride's Centre, Orwell Terrace, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £9.00 (£7.50 concession), organised by Scots Music Group, email: info@scotsmusic.org, tel: 0131 555 7668. Monthly SMG fundraising ceilidh. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets £9/£7.50 in advance, £10 on the door. Book on-line at www.scotsmusic.org/ceilidhs. Our ceilidhs are enjoyed by all ages and are friendly, informal and fun. You’ll be made welcome whether you come on your own or with a party. You don’t need to know what to do – a caller will explain the dances and there are lots of friendly folk to give you a hand and get everyone up dancing!

June 2019

Sat 22nd, Ceilidh Caleerie Dance Band, St Bride's Centre, Orwell Terrace, Edinburgh, 8pm-11.30pm, £9.00 (£7.50 concession), organised by Scots Music Group, email: info@scotsmusic.org, tel: 0131 555 7668. Monthly SMG fundraising ceilidh. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets £9/£7.50 in advance, £10 on the door. Book on-line at www.scotsmusic.org/ceilidhs. Our ceilidhs are enjoyed by all ages and are friendly, informal and fun. You’ll be made welcome whether you come on your own or with a party. You don’t need to know what to do – a caller will explain the dances and there are lots of friendly folk to give you a hand and get everyone up dancing!