Ssssshhhh ………..Listen carefully I will say this only once – you are to arrive at 9pm we will give you the secret code number to get in – hide behind the curtains and whilst our guests visit the bar set up your PA and soundcheck in 10 minutes. It is a surprise present for one of our fellow officers at The Wenlock Barracks. Right ho we said and got on with the job…….
Let the fun beging………great dancing from the Wenlock Army Barracks crew!
Village Halls are fantastic venues for Ceilidhs a great family or community celebration – We have played in villages across the east riding for weddings, retirement parties, birthday parties, church groups and schools.
A Ceilidh is a great way to celebrate a special occasion – it brings people together and are a great way to make a wedding, birthday, anniversary or retirement party a memorable and fun event – we can compere the event and even play special tunes like ‘Happy Birthday’, ‘Here Comes the Bride’ and ‘For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow’.
Why choose a Ceilidh? – Well firstly it’s really good clean energetic fun with a broad appeal to all age groups. The nature of a Ceilidh makes friends of strangers and is a great ice breaker! Once you’ve booked the band and explained the arrangements for the day mentioning any special announcements or musical moments that you want us to create you can relax knowing that the we can provide provide the perfect entertainment for your special occasion.
To contact the band email: email@example.com or ring Pippa on 7891 590111.
Here of some photos (of us on a break between sets) of the lovely day out we all had at Castle Howard’s “Wild About Wood” day run by the Arboretum Trust, Kew.
The weather couldn’t have been better and the turn out was fine. If you haven’t been to Castle Howard, North Yorkshire, it’s a spectacular place to visit. We had a few extra musicians – which was an added bonus as it made the music more varied and the day more brilliant!!
A massive thank you to all that came to the ceilidh and merrily danced the night away supporting the charity WaterAid as part of the Big National Ceilidh day event. We all had a fab time and really enjoyed the night!
We had 134 (give or take 1 or 2) people dancing at 10pm to the Circassian Circle dance and the night raised£670 for WaterAid!!! Here are a few photos of the night…