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Burns Night Ceilidh

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Take your partners please for our Burns Night Ceilidh!

Join the Craigievar Ceilidh Band in the atmospheric 18th century Long Barn for a sociable evening of music and dancing.

Guaranteed to have you stamping, reeling and birling – their on-the-floor caller will guide you through the Dashing White Sergeant, Strip the Willow and other dances.

Includes a traditional Burns Night supper of haggis, neeps and tatties or veggie option.

WHY? Featuring musicians from the acclaimed film Four Weddings and a Funeral this lively, fun event is not to be missed!

Long Barn
Ticket includes supper

Craigievar Band website

Photo credit: Andrew Scotland

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