“Ceilidh I hear you say, I thought I would give you a little bit of information” says Teddy Isba.
The word Ceilidh descended from the Gaelic word for “gathering” or “ party”, a fun filled night of wild dancing, good music and good company”.
Everyone can take part, young and old, experienced dancers to beginners, and even those with two left feet.
Don’t be nervous, there is nothing to worry about, a Ceilidh is a unique combination of traditional tunes and funky rhythm.
Get your dancing shoes on and book yourselves in for a “right guid evening” with traditional live Scottish music and dancing at the Jam House 7.30pm – 12 midnight, music by the fabulous Robert Fish Band. I am practising my Dashing White Sergeant steps, I’ll see you there.