Greyfriars Kirk is delighted to welcome the Ceilidh Collective for their fundraising Harvest ceilidh
“With the success of our sell-out ceilidh in March we’re back at Greyfriars Kirk (1 Greyfriars, Edinburgh) to celebrate and raise funds for Refugee Survival Trust (www.rst.org.uk) and Friends of the Earth Scotland (www.foe.scot): an evening of burling and polkas, soaring flutes and fiddles and hearty friendship.
With room for 300 dancers, we’ve a full ceilidh with over three hours of dances and calling by Hud Yer Wheesht as well as local support acts. We can’t wait to welcome you to the beautiful hall in the centre of the old town of Edinburgh. The venue is fully accessible and family friendly.
We have a fully licensed bar with organic and fruit wines, real ales and local lagers, ethical juices, mulled cider, ten single malts, and a fundraising raffle with Gandolf. Hot vegan food is also available at the bar for the early birds.
This is a ceilidh collective event, fundraising for Refugee Survival Trust and Friends of the Earth Scotland. Book your tickets now and see you there!”