Following the excitement of the Highland Games there will be an authentic Scottish Ceilidh. You may well ask, "what is a Ceilidh?". The English Dictionary defines a ceilidh, from the Gaelic and pronounced kay-lee, as "an informal social gathering, with songs, story-telling, music and dancing". The most important thing to know about a ceilidh is that the dances are for everyone to dance to. It doesn't matter if you've never danced before, have two left feet or even three! Everyone is welcome at a ceilidh and you'll be astonished how hard it is not to end up dancing!
The Aberdeen Highland Games Ceilidh is always a great night out where everyone is welcome, this year's Ceilidh will include a two-course dinner and light supper, the piping in of and the Address to the Haggis, Old Style and Scottish Country Dancing music by Chris Duncan & Catherine Strutt, Pipe Band display and Highland Dancers. Pre-purchased tickets are essential and very popular and with limited numbers available don't delay and risk missing out on this great event.
Due to the limited number of seats available pre-purchased ticketsare essential and all bookings for the ceilidh should be done early. Tickets go on sale from 1st March 2018. You may obtain tickets by the following methods,
Whilst there are no real changes to the format of the evening as such it is now possible to book your own tables to ensure that you are sitting with friends or those you wish to be with.
Your ticket will show the number and name, where applicable, of the tables. The Trybooking system will let you know how many seats are available at each table to help you with the booking process. It will also show what tables are not available or are part of a closed group.
St Joseph's High School Multipurpose Centre
Segenhoe Street, Aberdeen
6.30pm – 11.30pm
Tickets $75 ea
Book now at TryBooking.com
Alternatively tickets can be purchased by contacting the Scone Visitor Information & Horse Centre.
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