Southside Fringe Festival Ceilidh at Loks, Friday, 27 May, 2016
Friday 27th May – Southside Fringe Ceilidh 2016
Loks Bar & Kitchen, Newlandsfield Road, Shawlands G43 2XU
‘Did you hear how good the inaugural 2015 Southside Fringe Ceilidh was? It was fandabbydosy! What, you weren’t there!!! Well don’t worry! Because WE’RE BACK!! Come & experience Scottish dance the way it’s meant to be & get ready to twirl, leap & jump as the Fringe Ceilidh returns for 2016. Led by last year’s ceilidh mistro’s ‘The John Carmichael Ceilidh Band’, it doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned ceilidh-er or want to try it out for the first time. This event promises good times & plenty of fun for everyone!!’
Remember to invite your friends along too! Just add them to the invite list.
Doors: 7.30pm for an 8pm start
Tickets: £15 (includes buffet)
Online www.brownpapertickets.com, direct from Loks Bar & Kitchen, Newlandsfield Road, Shawlands G43 2XU or from Southside Fringe HQ c/o Art Village. Unit 12, Shawlands Shopping Centre, Kilmarnock Road. GLASGOW. G41 3NN.
Please remember to tell us of any dietary/access requirements as soon as possible.
Children welcome but must be accompanied by an adult at all times & must remain in the function area only after 8pm.
Can’t wait to see you all there on the night!
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