The website for Ceilidhs and English Folk Dance in Bath





Saturday 21st January 2017

Ironmasters (Ex: All Blacked Up)

Led by melodeon and saxophone with guitar, bass and drums, and spicing it with harmonica and songs this highly acclaimed band produces a varied sound that is great for dancing to, or listening to

Baz Parkes

Saturday 25th February 2017

(No ceilidh)

Saturday 25th March 2017

Phoenix Dance Band

Yet another band with a fine pedigree. Phoenix blends reeds and strings with powerhouse piano and harmonica to drive the rhythm and lift the dancers.

Sue Coe

BATH CEILIDHS are no ordinary barn dances. Buzzing with upbeat energy right from the start, the great bands we book give you a thrilling and amazing evening of exuberant dancing and fun, whatever your age or experience.

The music generally has its roots in British traditional music, but with a contemporary, eclectic and sometimes cross-cultural bias. The bands we have booked are amongst the best in the country and have appeared at all the top venues/festivals, travelling a considerable distance to play for you. (See the bands individual websites)

There is a caller at all the dances to guide you through so it is no problem if you have never done anything like this before. Don't worry if you go wrong, it just adds to the fun!

Dancing starts at 7.30pm prompt, with doors open from 7pm

Time: 19:30

(Doors open 19:00)

Venue: Saint Gregory's Catholic College

Combe Hay Lane

Bath, BA2 8PA

Free parking

Bar available

How to get there (click for map)


Contact: Richard & Jo 01225 311634


E-mail: joanne.lander[at]
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Ticket prices
7-18 yrs

Links to other folk dance websites