Dance to Juice with Dave Parsons presented by ruffCeilidhs
You are invited to ceilidh in the best Christmas spirit with whatever seasonal apparel you deem appropriate.
I hardly need to introduce Juice or your caller Dave Parsons. Dave has been a feature of the ruffCeilidhs since he first started them. Juice has a similarly long pedigree and has made the Christmas ceilidh something special for longer than I care to remember.
Juice was originally formed way back in the late 1970’s by well-respected South Wales folk musicians Gil and Jenny KilBride, and was then called Juice of Barley. Outliving the punk revolution by several decades Juice, as it is now called, has been long-since managed by their musical sons Bernie and Danny KilBride
Juice specialise in traditional dance music from Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and the other European Celtic nations, along with English and North American country dance tunes
Band:JuiceCaller: Dave ParsonsOrganiser:ruffCeilidhsLocation: St Mary's Hall, Talbot St, Cardiff, Cardiff, CF11 9BXDate/Time: Saturday, 14 December 2019 7:30pm to NaN:NaNam
Price: £10 adult on the door
£8 adult advance online, students
£25 family, 2 + 3
What is "English Ceilidh"? - a quick guide
It's what used to be called 'country dancing' or 'barn dance' but nowadays tends have better, more varied music (often 'folk') and is danced with more energy and skill. A 'caller' explains each dance, walks you through it and paying attention at that point will get even the complete beginner through the dancing