There are many things to do in London and we hope that you will enjoy these pictures of the Ceilidh Club – we aim to provide the best 3 hours of entertainment in London.  We do this by hiring great bands to play wonderful music that you can dance to. There is a caller who will let you know the steps so no experience is necessary. All you need do is pitch up, get rid of your coat, bags in the cloakroom, grab yourself a drink and head on to the Ceilidh. Wear something comfy for dancing in. We don’t have any dress codes, but tartan is always appreciated – and you look smashing in it too.

The doors open at 7 PM (unless stated differently) and the dancing is from 8-11 (again unless stated differently). There’s a break about halfway through and if we’ve got a raffle on we’ll draw that at the start of the second half.  

Most people buy tickets in advance, that way you can sit back and turn up anytime you want. We do have some door tickets available. They go on sale at 7 PM and they are usually limited to 4 tickets per person (max) and it is cash only on the door. There are usually at least 50 tickets for sale and they are sold on a first come first served basis. Full price tickets are £17 and concession tickets are £10.  Concessions are students, retired, unemployed and NHS (please bring some proof of status).

So if you are looking for one of the best things to do in London then come on down to check us out. People often come here for a birthday party, office night out, sports team social, Meet Up or just by themselves to dance their socks off. The club is very friendly and relaxed (in a manic sort of way) so you have nothing to lose but your calories. Join us and you’ll get those laughing muscles going as well as the dancing feet.

Here are some nice things people have said about us:

Band were superb, the lovely caller patient, kind and witty, the crowd were fun and gentle hearted. All great craic. Oh and the venue had good air con and the right level of lighting to create a cosy vibe – bright enough to see fellow dancers clearly but not so glaringly bright I thought ‘why am I dancing in a 24/7 Tesco?’. Does that make sense?

Friendly, encouraging to newcomers and beginners, lovely crowd.

Inclusive, fun, memorable and joyful.