Family Ceilidh – Hyndland Parish Hall – 21 February 2015

Virginia Reel to car wash and Strip the Willow to Born Slippy: this is a ceilidh like no other!

After our fabulous Burns Night Ceilidh at the new venue of St Silas church we are back at Hyndland Community Hall for our February 21 Disco Ceilidh.

Bring your own Drinks and nibbles. Bring your friends, bring your kids!

We run 630pm to 930pm.

£5 adults £2 kids (under 5s free) in advance from ticket source
or £6 adults £2.50 children on the door
Directions to at Silas church
Directions to Hyndland Community Hall

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Burns Family Ceilidh 24 January 2015

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.
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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
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Family Disco Ceilidh: Joyful Chaos

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We had so much fun last night at the family Disco Ceilidh. At times around three-quarters of the dancers were under the age of 10 which led to some added fun and unpredictability. But I was amazed at how well they all picked up the dances.

Some had learned the main ceilidh dances at school but many were new to it and there were enough adults on the dance floor to keep the kids in check in some of the more complex dances like strip the willow and dashing white sergeant.

The smallest kids were fascinated by my new disco light projector and gathered round to stare into the globe of bright coloured LEDs. And the swirling light projections helped turn the short interval between sets into a disco, with parents and kids taking to the dance floor to groove to Daddy Cool. Next time we’ll extend the time for the free disco dancing as it was so popular.

All in all, a great evening. A few comments from the feedback sheets follow and I look forward to the next Family Disco Ceilidh on 15th March

Quotes from the feedback sheets….
‘Great night – well done, children thoroughly enjoyed themselves.’

‘Make it last longer!’

‘Loved the venue and atmosphere’