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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Keir Hardie Ceilidh – Wednesday 16 September

Ceilidh dances are held at the Keir Hardie Hall on the third Wednesday of each month between September and May and feature some of the best ceilidh bands in East Anglia. The first dance this season is being jointly promoted by TN and the band is Ethel’s Cats. All the dances are called and are preceded by a short walk through – so no experience is needed – but a good sense of humour helps. The music is lively and the dances are quite energetic.

John from the TN Waste group writes: “So why is TN having a Ceilidh? A ceilidh brings strangers together to have fun, but needs them to work together and learn new skills – it is a great experience to be part of a room full of people all moving together to the music from a skilled band. Ceilidh music and dances are based on the traditions from our past but each caller and band adapts the dances and brings in new musical elements. We hope you can see the parallels to the work of the Transition movement!” Tickets on the door £4 (£3.50 conc). 8pm Wednesday 16 September. Keir Hardie Hall, St Gregory’s Alley, NR2 1ER www.reeldance.org.uk or phone John (01603 812472)