Sat 14 March 2020

We are delighted to be working with stars of Fairytale of New Street, Ire-Ish to bring you a St Patrick’s day Family Ceilidh!

After the success of the last years event. Ire-ish are putting together another community cèilidh event teaming up with the Sutton Coldfield Town Hall. This year will be a bigger scale event with the same mighty craic as last time. The event will be divided into two separate times with a children ceilidh event in the day and a full live gig and ceilidh dance in the evening. The event will be running 4-6pm and 7-10pm. All timings will be released with the new flyer.

Ire-ish: Local lads Ire-ish will be leading the Ceilidh as well as playing a mixture of folk music ranging from Celtic ballads, dust bowl protest music and St. Patricks Day Favourites.

The Sun Dogs: The Sun Dogs are a trio of musicians and a mixture of musical spices of the world. Beginning with traditional americana tunes and the sweet twangs of banjo, filling with expert guitar and rousing accordion rhythms, smoothed with vocal harmonies, and topped with soulful Balkan Gypsy singing

Storytelling & Face Painting with Jenna Catton: Jenna has been telling Stories since 2013, and has a varied repertoire which includes The Brothers Grimm, Celtic folk tales as well as European and themed, such as Spooky Stories, Christmas and Ghost Stories.

Jenna has told to Children, Adults and Family audiences around the Midlands at Libraries, Pubs, Museums, Cafés, Parks, Shopping centres and Festivals. Jenna also helps run Birmingham Storytelling Café.

Jenna is also an Artist with a degree in Illustration, specialising in Narrative Illustration she Illustrated the front cover for Leicestershire Folk tales for Children. Jenna uses Illustrations alongside Storytelling to make Storytelling more experiential. Jenna also works as a Face painter around Birmingham.

The Rocky Road: A collective of musicians who meet once a month at The New Inn pub in Erdington. The session is a chance to learn, play, listen to various folk classics and hidden gems from the emerald isle and the British isles. The musicians will be joining us for the ceilidh and who knows an improve session may be on the cards.

Craft Activites: Get you’re creative brain kicking and crafty hands moving with some craft making activities.

Food: Vegan and Vegetarian food for sale. Homemade vegan and vegetarian food will be for sale from local caterer Tabula Rasa.

Important Information

Running Time: 4PM till Late

Taking place in our Sir Doug Ellis Lounge Bar. No previous dance experience is required.

Age Guidance: N/A


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