WELCOME TO THE LONDON CEILIDH CLUB

One of the best things to do in London

A ceilidh (‘kay-lee’) is the Gaelic word for gathering and the Ceilidh Club is a place to get a wee bit of Scotland in London. It’s simply three hours of the best entertainment you’ll find. We started this is 1998 and it is one of London’s longest running dance nights.

You don’t need to have any dance experience at all.  If you’ve watched our video (scroll down a bit),  you’ll have seen that we’ve fantastic bands playing rousing music and a caller who will take you through all the moves.

You can find more info on our dates by pointing your cursor thingy on the Buy Tickets orange boxes that we’ve scattered about the page. Alternatively, just click here

A well-stocked and well-priced bar is provided! Events frequently sell out, so we advise you to buy your tickets in advance.  Full price tickets are £17 for our regular nights and concessions are £10. Concessions are Students, unemployed, retired and NHS staff. Concession tickets are only available on the door. Our nights always end with Auld Lang Syne. If you want to learn the words beforehand then check them out here.

Here are some customer comments

“With step by step instructions, anyone can join in and have fun from the moment you step into the room. No one cares if you’re not perfect and there’s no pressure to join in either but be prepared to work up a sweat!”

“Great night out, great group event, especially for anyone who hasn’t done a ceilidh before, very friendly atmosphere.”

“Folk dancing where if you’re good you’re good, and if you’re bad you’re funny.”

Auld Lang Syne Meaning

DO YOU NEED TO KNOW THE STEPS?

No, absolutely not!

There is a caller who will take you through the moves.

It’s fun, hot and exhilarating.

It’s great for the absolute beginner to the real expert.

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DO I NEED TO BOOK?

We do advise people to book in advance.

We do however always have some tickets available on the door (except for Burns night).

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IS THERE A DRESS CODE?

There is no dress code for the ceilidh.

Although tartan is always appreciated, and you’ll look good in it too!

People tend to dress up more for Burns night.

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WHAT'S THE SCHEDULE FOR THE NIGHT?

Doors open at 7:00.

Dancing starts at 8 and finishes at 11.

There’s a cloakroom, a well-priced bar and often a raffle.

TIMINGS CAN VARY, PLEASE CHECK THE LISTINGS

WHO GOES?

Everyone! Individuals, couples, pals, birthdays, (cool) hen parties, sports groups, work socials, Meet UPS, Uni get together, tourists, locals….

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THINGS TO REMEMBER

Wear something comfy; tartan is appreciated; buy tickets in advance; bring a water bottle; be considerate of others on the dance floor and when leaving (residential neighborhoods); it’s cash only on the door at all venues; it’s a cash bar in all venues except Cecil Sharp, even then it’s sometimes faster with cash. Phew!

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5 out of 5 from our Google reviews!