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Nottingham Christmas Ceilidh Night

Bottleford Village Hall, Belvoir Rd, Bottesford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG13 0BG

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Saturday 9 December 2023 I Doors open at 7.45 pm with the dancing starting at approx 8pm

Venue: Bottesford Village Hall, Belvoir Rd, Bottesford, Nottingham 

Tickets: £8.50 in advance- link below or £10 on the night if there are any available. Kids go free.

 

***Christmas Night*** BYOB

Never been to a ceilidh (pronounced Kay-Lea btw) before?
Actually, it doesn't matter how many of them you've done before, or if you've done none at all.

The person calling the dances (me Schuggie) tells everyone what they need to do, and keeps it going. Everyone dances with everyone, whether you know each other or not.

The more people the better!

Everyone gets a go. No one has the chance to bust different moves, and because no one *really* knows what's going on it's very difficult to feel self-conscious.

Essentially, most people are just guessing what they're supposed to be doing, and that makes it brilliant.

There are lots of friendly folks to give you a hand and get everyone up dancing. We call these folks, Ceilidh Ninjas.

Our ceilidhs are fun, social and inclusive. You will however need to bring along a sense of humour as half the fun of ceilidh dances is making mistakes. You don't have to be a member of the Nottingham Ceilidh Club to come and join in the craic.

We usually dance to recorded music (very retro✨) with all the dances being called however, we might well have a band along – which will mean dancing to live music at no extra charge.

Ceilidhs are enjoyed by all ages – from youngsters' first Scottish dancing experience to old-timers out enjoying a burl. People come dressed in jeans, full highland dress – and everything in between.

Wear something comfortable to dance in.

Our ceilidhs will be recorded to improve the dancer's experience i.e. how I call the dances and to advertise future ceilidh along with improving dancers' experience.

If you don't want to be included in any of these promotional videos, please let me know on the night.

Lastly, please take your own alcohol with you along with snacks etc. The water is free.

Any questions regarding the night- email using the link above.

 

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