Come along to one of our monthly Family Ceilidhs running from October to March. Virginia Reel to car wash and Strip the Willow to Born Slippy: this is a ceilidh like no other!
Bring your own Drinks and nibbles. Bring your friends, bring your kids! All run 630pm to 930pm.
£5 adults £3 kids (under 5s free) in advance from ticket source
or £6 adults £2.50 children on the door
Saturday October 4th Hyndland Community Hall
Come and celebrate the start of the ceilidh season with us, release the birler within.
Saturday 22 November – St Andrews Ceilidh – Hyndland Community Hall
We’ll have a St Andrews theme tonight, so bring your tartan, your Tennants and your Haggis flavour crisps.
Saturday 6 December – Christmas Ceilidh – St Silas Church
Our Christmas Disco Ceilidh will be very popular so we’re holding it at St Silas church in Hillhead to accommodate more people. Come and dance to the best and cheesiest Christmas songs!
Saturday 24 January – Burns Ceilidh – St Silas Church
A special Burns night ceilidh with special guests The Broomhill Ceilidh Band. We’ll start with a traditional ceilidh set then move onto some Disco Ceilidh.
There will be an open mic slot at half time for some Burns poetry !
All proceeds from the ceilidh will go to RSPB. Price £7 adults £2 children
Well it might not seem it, but Spring is on the way. We at Disco Ceilidh don’t need an excuse for a party, but it’s the Spring Equinox, so what better excuse to come out for a dance. The returning of the light evenings also means that we are coming to the end of our Disco Ceilidh season. This is the last one for a while but we’ll be back in October (and if you just can’t wait why don’t you book us for your party!)
Come to our ‘It’s Spring’ Disco Ceilidh
(and it’s only the day after the solar eclipse so it’s exciting times …..)
Join us on 21st March back at the fantastic venue of St Silas Church for great atmosphere, acoustics and lighting!
Here’s some footage from the last ceilidh we had there. So much fun.
Bring your weans, Bring your friends and Bring your own drinks and snacks and come and Shoogle yer Bahookie to the best tunes. Tickets from ticket source (£5 adults £2 kids) in advance or on the door (£6/£2.5)
It’s peak ceilidh season and we’ll be celebrating the Bard with a stoating night of ceilidh dancing.
Sooooooo…… Don your tartan, bring your weans, pack the Haggis flavour crisps and a hip flask and get into the Burns Night groove.
Hosted by Disco Ceilidh and with special guests The Broomhill Ceilidh Band, we’ll be starting out with all the traditional jugs and reels and finish up with a Disco Ceilidh Inferno.
Bring your own drinks and fav snacks. We’ll have home baking, and some snacks and soft drinks on sale.
All money raised to RSPB Scotland
Tickets in advance from ticketsource £7 adults £3 kids or on the door (£7.50/£3.50) Under 5s Free.
Yay! Burns Night! And if you have a Burns poems or song you want to share, we’ll have an open mic at half time.
Bring your friends too – here’s the link to the Facebook event if you want to share it!
Saturday 24 January 2014
630pm-930pm St Silas Church, 69 Park Road, Glasgow, G4 9LE
Are you an international student and want to experience some ceilidh culture? Disco Ceilidh will be at the St Silas International Cafe on 12th March. This event is for international students, but any ceilidh experts are also welcome to help out the beginners!
Come and learn some traditional Scottish Ceilidh Dances with a twist. We’ll be dancing to traditional music and Disco and pop tunes. No experience needed, Beginners welcome.
There will be tea, coffee and cake and we’ll start off at 730pm
The idea of Disco Ceilidh local is to create a night out for everybody to enjoy together: friends; family; with kids; no kids. It’s fun for the adults and for the children and everyone is welcome to get involved, or just sit back and enjoy the spectacle. Continue reading →