Norfolk Ceilidhs

Calendar of Ceilidhs

Norfolk Ceilidhs - always on a Friday - dancing from 20:00 to 22:30


Date (Friday) Details - all dances are called but we don't always know who will be calling
April 05/04/2019 Norfolk Ceilidh with The FairGreen Band and Chris Austin calling
May 10/05/2019 Norfolk Ceilidh with Hodmedod and Derek Paice calling
October 04/10/2019 Norfolk Ceilidh with Beatroot and Derek Paice calling
November 01/11/2019 Norfolk Ceilidh with The Keel Band and Ken May calling
December 06/12/2019  

Ceilidhs and Dance events organized by other people

The Norfolk Folk Association organize events throughout the year.
Please contact the organizers of these events directly for tickets and information.  Please let us know about events to list here. 

Date Where Details
Sat 23rd March 19:30 Thurton Village Hall NR14 Ceilidh with Zaramo. £12 entry which includes a ploughman's supper. Money raised to support fundraising for a new village playground. Contact Laura on 01508 480089 for tickets
Sat 23rd March 19:30 Skeyton Village Hall Ceilidh with The Shenanikins, £9.50 to include buffet.  Booking essential as these events always sell out!   or 01692 538494
Sat 30th March  19:30 Uplands Community Centre, Ashburnham Way Carlton Colville NR33 8SJ Ceilidh with Chas Emmen of Saxon Shilling. Lowestoft and Plaisir Twinning Association.  Contact Colleen on 01502581260 for tickets (£6.50) and further information.
Sat 6th April 19:30 Downham Market Town Hall 9th Annual Charity Ceilidh in aid of Robert Foot Leukaemia Fund, more details here, dance with 'Take The Floor'
Sat 27th July - 19:30 Catfield Village Hall, NR29 5AA Ceilidh with The Occasional Ceilidh Band.  £9 to include Ploughman's and dessert.  Monica 01692 581587 Nigel 01692 580362

Other regular Ceilidhs

When Where Details
First Friday of the month  Woodbridge Community Centre Dance Folkus 'Come All Ye' band, discover the traditional dances and music of England. Book by email to or call Rob on 01473 610951. £4 advance or £5 on the door.
    Whiligig (one of the bands that play for us) often have public ceilidhs on their website