St. Andrew, patron saint of Scotland, inspiration for the Scottish flag, and a damn good excuse for a party!
Ceilidh Stockholm are delighted to announce our biggest ceilidh yet. We have managed to secure Stallet for the St Andrew's Day dance, on 25th November 2017. We hope you will be able to join us for a memorable evening.
The talented Emma Reid will be entertaining us all evening. A photographer will be there to capture the event.
Please join us for a fun evening and to help us raise money for Feedback Madagascar.
Ceilidh [\'ka-le\] (kejli)
A Scottish dance gathering, sometimes disorientating, often frantic, always fun.
Don't worry if you've never ceilidh'd before, there will be a "caller" to explain the dances and keep you right.
Profits will be donated to Feedback Madagascar. A Scottish charity doing wonderful work in Madagascar to help address the poorest people with both short term and long term goals that ensure survival for people, plants and animals.
Q: But I've never danced Scottish before
A: We will walk and talk you through the dances so that everyone can join in the fun. We'll have you gallivanting about the floor in no time.
Q: What is Ceilidh Stockholm?
A: Ceilidh Stockholm is a group of people who love ceilidh dancing. We are trying to recreate the atmosphere and energy of ceilidhs we grew up with in Scotland. It is mostly about having a lot of fun! At the same time we are supporting a Scottish charity called Feedback Madagascar.
Q: Dress Code?
A: Dress for dancing, kilt if you have one, don't forget your enthusiasm.