3 hours of the best fun in town!

London Ceilidh Club

If you’ve never been to a Ceilidh before, then you are in for a night like no other. No experience is necessary and all the steps are explained. If you’re a Ceilidh regular, then you know how much fun it is!

Join us for a night of traditional Scottish dancing, fun, and memories!

Experience a taste of Scotland in Chiswick. Enjoy an evening of the best fun – where a live Ceilidh band keeps you moving and a caller guides you through the steps – it’s perfect for the absolute beginner or the experienced Ceilidh dancer.

There’s also a bar serving wines, beers and some spirits, all at the amazing Town Hall in Chiswick!


Customer reviews

Here are a few Ceilidh-goers’ comments…

Attending a Ceilidh Night was an unforgettable experience! The energy was infectious, and dancing with strangers felt like reuniting with old friends. Can’t wait for the next one!


Our date night at this Ceilidh was phenomenal. We learned new dances, laughed, and enjoyed the incredible atmosphere.


I’ve been to many themed nights, but nothing compares to the warm, welcoming vibe of a Ceilidh Night. It’s a blend of tradition, fun, and amazing music. Truly heartwarming.


From the moment the music started, I was swept away by the lively tunes and dances. Ceilidh Night isn’t just an event; it’s an exhilarating cultural immersion.


Ceilidh Night was an absolute revelation for me. The music, the dances, and the sheer joy of the crowd were beyond anything I expected. A night full of smiles and laughter.


I was blown away by the vibrant atmosphere of Ceilidh Night. It’s not just about the dance; it’s about sharing a joyful experience with others. Absolutely amazing!


As a student, I’ve found Ceilidh Night to be the perfect escape from the books. It’s an amazing way to meet people, have fun, and immerse in cultural tradition.


What’s the plan on the night!

Kick off your night with doors swinging open at 7pm sharp!

Dive into the rhythm and the drinks because at 10:30pm, the music hits pause and the bar calls last round. But don’t worry, you’ve got until 11pm to make your graceful exit. In between, get swept up in a whirlwind of Ceilidh dances — jump in feet first or sit back with a drink, mingle, and soak up the spectacle. Your night, your choice!

Do you need to know the steps?

No, absolutely not!

There is a caller who will take you through the moves. It’s fun, hot and exhilarating. It’s great for the absolute beginner to the real experts!

Is there a dress code? Or is casual ok?

No, dress code with us!

Casual and comfortable works well. Remember you’ll be on  your feet a lot! Although tartan is always appreciated, and you’ll look great in it too!

Should I book tickets in advance?


Our events tend to sell out quite quickly, so to avoid disappointment, we recommend buying your tickets online in advance.  The venue has a strict capacity for fire and safety reasons so we won’t be able to let you in. 

Who goes? Do I need a partner?

Individuals going solo, couples, pals, birthday celebrations, (cool) hen parties, sports groups, work socials, Uni get-togethers, tourists, locals… All age ranges and from all backgrounds. It’s a great way to actually meet new people. 

Can I bring my own drinks?

Please leave your drinks at home, as we can’t allow any outside beverages at our Ceilidh night. Heads up: bags may get a quick peek on arrival!

We do have a bar that is well-stocked and priced just right, serving up your favourite snacks alongside those sips.

Are dogs allowed?

We warmly welcome our visually impaired friends and their guide dogs to our Ceilidh night! To ensure the comfort and safety of all our guests, please note that we can only accommodate guide dogs. Thank you for understanding and helping us create a friendly and inclusive environment for everyone.

Are Children Allowed?

Kids are totally welcome with their grown-ups in tow! Little ones under 10? They get in free. For the older kids, they’ll need a ticket, just like the adults — no kiddie discounts here, sorry!

We love having kids around, but we’ve got to make sure everyone’s having a good time. So, if the little ones start turning the fun upside down for others, we might have to ask the whole squad to step aside or even make an early exit.

Heads up to the parents: you’re the best judge of what’s cool for your crew to see and hear. Some acts might be more PG-13, and we can’t promise the air will be free of colorful language. You’ve got the reins — steer your night right!

Full Bar


Live Band


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