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.