News BulletinPosted by Alastair Bruce Sun, April 24, 2016 11:57:00
The band's annual family ceilidh will take place on Friday 27 May at the Corn Exchange, with the music for the dancing being performed by the excellent Clappy Doo.
Tickets for the event are now available - just £10 and £8 for concessions (16 and under and over 65) from committee members and from Joe Forte Sports in the High Street and The Maple Tree in Court Street. As ever, it's a bring-your-own food and drink occasion.
Clappy Doo won't be the only performers on the night. Haddington Pipe Band will open the evening with a performance and the dynamic trad group Hoolachan will play a set. Highland dancer Fiona Laurie will also take to the stage, so a really great line-up is on offer.
"Everyone is very welcome at what is always an enjoyable family night," said band chair Alastair Bruce. "We look forward to seeing old and new friends at the dance. The band is also looking forward to playing and to enjoying the music of Clappy Doo and Hoolachan and the dancing of Fiona."
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