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Hello Friend,
Well, there's good news and there's bad news.

I'm very sorry to have to tell you that we will not see or hear Tickled Pink in October due to some diary management errors. Please don't shoot the messenger.

The good news still is that our next ceilidh season is starting as planned on October 14th in the usual venue. The band are new to the ruffCeilidhs but I know most of them have played here in other guises.
Based in Brecon, Crannog are  Al Cooper, Di Esplin and Quince. That's fiddle, cello and guitar.

Calling will be shared between Mr Parsons and Mr Spenceley as foretold.

Our interval spot will be from Clocs Canton.

Clocs Canton will be our interval spot - while the band get a break and we top up our real ale....
Does anyone have problems getting home after these ceilidhs? Could we set up some kind of lift sharing system? Would that help? I've been told that students in particular may be put off by the travel and safety issues getting to and from the UHW venue. Comments please....
Save money! You can now book and pay for your advance tickets online! Advance booking closes 24 hours before the event.

Payments will be processed by PayPal using any card. Most people simply collect them at the door (please bring your receipt e-mail just in case).
Cobblers Awl
Jigfoot are our band for November 18th with Ian Nichols calling.

Jigfoot play traditional dance tunes with energy, inventiveness and, above all, swing. This is music that defies you to stay still, whether it’s at a dance or in a concert performance.

Nic Bradford – guitar

Ben Potton – fiddle

Gill Redmond – cello

Kim Sheil – melodeon

Cath Watkins – fiddle

RuffCeilidhs programme -
  • October 14th - Crannog with guest callers
  • November 18th - Jigfoot and Ian Nichols
  • December 9th - Mic Spenceley and Cats Claw
  • Jan 27th - Juice with Dave Parsons
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Come as you are, come in your glad rags, come alone, come with a party.

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These events are run by vounteers on a 'not for profit' basis, plese let us know if you can see a way we can improve or a way you can help.

Thanks for your support.

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