Ceilidh in Glasgow
You might think heading out dancing on a Glasgow night out, means you're going to rave it up in a sweaty basement club or bust a move on a glamourous dancefloor. But there's another kind of dancing indigenous to these parts and it makes for just as raucous a night out; ceilidh. There's little more fun on a Glasgow night out, then swinging your partner around, and getting to dance with everyone in the room. Whether you're a long-time pro at the Highland Fling, or a newbie to Glasgow's ceilidh scene, if you're looking for something a little different for your Glasgow night out, heading to a ceilidh in Glasgow might just be a night you never forget.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Sloans is famous for its cracking weekly ceilidh in Glasgow. The City Centre pub, brings in their resident ceilidh band every week for a night of traditional Scottish dancing in Glasgow. Held in the stunning Grand Ballroom of one of the oldest restaurants and bars in Glasgow, the night is an utterly raucous and atmospheric affair. Dance the night away with traditional jigs and reels and sensational live music. Why not make a night of it with dinner from Sloans' signature ceilidh menu?
While Oran Mor doesn't hold a regular event, it does host sensational ceilidh throughout the year, whether it's for Christmas Party Nights, Hogmanay, Burns' Night, or maybe throwing in a few Irish jigs for St Patricks' Day in Glasgow. Held in the stunning auditorium of the converted church these incredible evenings are some of the most unique nights out in Glasgow you'll find.