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Community Music and Dance events in Scotland - what’s on

Scotland has a rich tradition of music, song and dance. There’s the ceilidh (pronounced kay-lay), for example - an informal evening of dancing, singing and, of course, drinking good whisky. A ceilidh generally involves scottish country dancing, which is enjoyed by a large number of people and can be as formal or informal as people wish to make it. There is also the more formal highland dancing, often undertaken competitively at Highland Games.

activity highlights

29th October 2014, Lanark:

John Findlay provides the live music for our series of tea dances with a mixture of sequence and ballroom to suit all tastes.

31st October 2014, Lanark:

Introducing an afternoon with an exciting new singer to the Scottish Club scene, Raymond Emmanuel.

6th November 2014, Glasgow:

It’s time to put your music know-how to the test at our classic music quiz.

28th November 2014, Lanark:
Introducing an afternoon with an exciting new singer to the Scottish Club scene, Raymond Emmanuel.

12th December 2014, Lanark:

Introducing an afternoon with an exciting new singer to the Scottish Club scene, Raymond Emmanuel.

12th, 13th, 19th, 20th December 2014, Hamilton:

Back by popular demand, The Town House is once again hosting four fantastic Christmas Party Nights featuring Big Vern n The Shootahs, one of Scotland’s best live bands.

20th December 2014, Lanark:

Come along and enjoy a Gala Night of Golden Era Music and Dance, featuring That Swing Sensation Big Band and introducing The Kennedy Cupcakes.


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