Scots in London to hold first ever CeilidhTickets are available for the 9th March event
Feet will be Flying at the First Scots in London Ceilidh
Following on from the resounding success of their sell-out Gala evening in October, Scots in London are looking forward to again bringing together the Scottish community across London for their first ever Scots in London Ceilidh. Taking place on Saturday 9 March 2024 at St Columba’s Church, Knightsbridge (SW1X 0BD) the evening will feature a live Ceilidh band to dance along to, as well as a host of other entertainment.
With a wide range of Highland dances to take part in, guests can also enjoy entertainment from the London Scottish Pipes and Drums, the London Gaelic Choir and the Burns Club of London. There will also be the opportunity to join in with a community sing led by the conductor of the excellent charity ScotsCare Choir.
No previous dance experience is required as there will be a caller to lead guests through all the moves step-by-step. A light supper is included in the ticket price, and there will be a bar available to purchase drinks.
The evening will start at 7pm (doors open 6:30pm) and tickets are £20. Ticket sales are now live on Eventbrite here. For more information please visit www.scotsinlondon.org or email email@example.com
About Scots in London
Scots in London is the umbrella organisation for Scottish cultural societies, sports clubs, alumni groups, charities, churches and the Scottish military in London.
Our mission is to co-ordinate our members’ events, promoting Scottish heritage and culture in the London area, and to support relevant charities, as well as running events of our own.
We were founded by a dozen London-based Scottish organisations in 2016, to plan and co-ordinate events commemorating Armistice100, which also led to the publishing of the book Scots in Great War London. HRH the Princess Royal has been our Patron from the outset.