Enjoy a Ceilidh Halloween

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Enjoy a Ceilidh Halloween

Get off the beaten track and celebrate Halloween at the Counting House, the Scottish way.

Ceilidh (pronounced “kay-lee”) is a Gaelic word meaning “social gathering”. Nowadays, it is an event dedicated to traditional music and dancing (Barn dance). Beginners are welcome, as there will be a caller (who prompts dance figures) for the night, leading everyone to dance to the retooled folk-based sounds of the Annasach Ceilidh Band. This three-piece Scottish band (line-up: fiddle, keyboards and bass) has been playing for folk festivals as well as weddings since 1990. Add up the atmosphere of the 18th century Counting House ballroom, on Halloween night, and you have yourself an energetic and explosive event!

Annasach's Halloween Ceilidh at The Counting House
36 West Nicolson Street
Edinburgh EH8 9DD

28 October 2016

www.countinghouse.pear-tree-house.co.uk
www.annasach.co.uk

8 GPB

8:00 p.m.

28 October 2016