The Ceilidh style of dancing gives your guests the
chance to meet each other naturally during the course
of the evening. Many dances are 'progressive', which
means that during the dance, couples will change
partners regularly, and this is why Ceilidhs are
one of the most successful social entertainments.
For a general ceilidh dance, the Chrissie Cullen
Band will include both Scottish and Irish dances
as well as `square' dances such as the Cumberland
Square Eight. If required, they can also sing Scottish
and Irish waltzes including the St Bernard's Waltz
and the Veleta.
Unless you have a lot of guests with a Celtic descent
a real mix of Scottish and Irish Ceilidh music is
the order of the day. This type of music is so infectious
that everyone will really want to get on the dance
floor and enjoy the party in style. The Chrissie
Cullen group are experts in helping everyone relax
and join in with all the fun.