Our next ruffCeilidh is at our new home, St Mary’s Hall in Canton/Pontcanna.
You are invited to ceilidh in the best Christmas spirit with whatever seasonal apparel you deem appropriate.
I hardly need to introduce Juice or your caller Dave Parsons. Dave has been a feature of the ruffCeilidhs since he first started them. Juice has a similarly long pedigree and has made the Christmas ceilidh something special for longer than I care to remember.
Juice was originally formed way back in the late 1970’s by well-respected South Wales folk musicians Gil and Jenny KilBride, and was then called Juice of Barley. Outliving the punk revolution by several decades Juice, as it is now called, has been long-since managed by their musical sons Bernie and Danny KilBride
Juice specialise in traditional dance music from Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and the other European Celtic nations, along with English and North American country dance tunes
Juice and the KilBride Brothers are veterans of literally hundreds of Ceilidhs appearing at folk festivals, folk dance clubs, and private functions throughout the UK and abroad
It’s on Saturday 14th of December 2019 at 7:30pm. –
Admission £10 on the door, or get your tickets for £8 in advance (at least 24 hours before the show).
Concessions (Ruff Dance club members, Students with cards, Advance tickets) £8, accompanied children up to 16 years £5, family (2 adults, up to 3 children) £25
We will have our usual filled rolls and a bottle bar.
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