Originally, the word Ceilidh (pronounced kay-lee) came from the Gaelic word for ‘party’ or ‘gathering’. However, these days, when people think of a Ceilidh, they think of a fun filled night of wild dancing, good music and great company!

The beauty of a ceilidh or Barn Dance is that everyone can take part, young or old, experienced dancers to beginners and even those with two left feet! (which is good for the people at UTSf HQ!)

Take part in a fab evening of Ceilidh with the Penistone WEA Folk Ensemble and caller Chris McShane. Get yer fanciest plimsolls on for some fun, easy dances in the workshop tent.