All Are Invited To Step Out At Camlough “Céili At The Crossroads“
It's time to get those dancing feet into action and "Step Out" at this weekends Camlough's Céili at the Crossroads hosted by Camlough Heritage Society.
Camlough has always been a great spot for the music, dancing, storytelling and craic. In fact dancing and the village are like hand and glove, as from the early 1900s organised dancing has taken place in the District and has been a great source of enjoyment for generations.
Musicians from the renowned Traditional Arts Partnership (TAP) acts from far and wide will entertain regulars and visitors throughout the village on Friday (21st June) night from 9pm.
Robbie Walsh’ will host a Bodhran Masterclass Upstairs in the Yellow Heifer 6pm to 8pm on Friday 21st June.
Doyle’s, Trainor’s & Yellow Heifer will have a range of Traditional Musicians in their premises from 8pm on that night also.
On Saturday (22nd June ) there will be music on the street from 2pm to 4pm. That night there is a “Céili at the Crossroads” out on the Main Street.
It will run from 7pm until 11pm and all young, old and “in between” are welcome to attend.
The Soilse Traditonal Group who appeared live on the RTÉ Christmas Show will provide the music and keep dancers in full swing. Fear an Tí Raymond Caroll and his Dancers will be ensuring that proceedings run smoothly
Anyone seeking further information about the event should contact Des from the Camloch Heritage Society on 07517252371
Chairperson Of Newry Mourne & Down Council, Cllr Charlie Casey "steps out" with local business woman Liz Madden and members of Camloch Heritage Society at the recent launch of this coming weekends (Friday 21-Sunday 23rd June) Céilí at the Crossroads