The word ‘ceilidh’ descends from the Gaelic word for ‘gathering’ or ‘party’ explains Grant Clouston. Originally were simply local gatherings which developed into a form of entertainment with storytelling, recitations and songs. Instrumental music and dancing were added later to create the ceilidh as we know today. The beauty of a ceilidh is everyone can take part; young or old, beginners to experienced dancers says Grant Clouston.
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