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Bridport Ceilidhs are run just for the fun of it about 8 – 9 times a year, usually on the first Saturday of the month.

Our home base is St Mary’s Church House Hall, adjacent to St Mary’s Church in South Street, Bridport  (see how to find us).

We look to engage some of the best bands and callers in the area, and mix and match them to give both experienced and new dancers an entertaining and exciting evening.

So, come along and join us – whether your main dancing interest is in folk dance, country dancing,  contra dance, square dancing, Playford style, or you just fancy a jolly good knees up at a barn dance – you can be sure of a warm welcome. No partners are required, all dances are talked and walked through and both the caller and other dancers will help you enjoy the evening to its full!

In autumn 2014 a group of us got involved in runnung The Friends of Halsway Manor 200 Club in support of the folk song/dance charity Halsway Manor Society Ltd – more details on the next page. Go to next page.

Find out more on About Us and also find us on Facebook

Our ticketing policy and terms and conditions are shown on page 5.

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  1. Peter Barlow

    That looks like a good thing to keep you off the street. As if you needed more stress in your life!
    Well done Monty- keep on rocking.

  2. Alison Gillespie

    Hello Monty! Lovely website. We play for dances here in the States (when we are not battling tornadoes and hurricanes). Keep the knee joints well oiled! Jolly fun!
    Alison and Tom

  3. Tom

    Love it! Top work and great to see local get-up-and-go providing fun for all the community. Be sure to support it in 2013…for the fun of it!

  4. Chris Shaw

    GIG CB! in June: See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=za8_iIqQ2TU

  5. Chris Shaw

    I should have said that GIG CB! are appearing at Bridport Ceilidhs on 6 June. We have been responsible for getting much of Europe to dance English Ceilidh style by playing at Gennetines, Le Grand Bal de l’Europe, for some 20 years – and still loving it🙂

  6. Cad

    Hi. Just found your ceilidh’s site on a web trol, more power to your elbow. Keep on calling.

  7. Cielidgh Reece

    Hi as you can see my name is Cielidgh, I’m named after the Celtic ceilidh dance and have always wanted to learn the dance myself. I think this would be a good opportunity if I new a date this is next on

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