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Céilí at the Castle

Belfast Castle, Antrim Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT15 5GR
Céilí at the Castle

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Céilí at the Castle™ has been created by renowned traditional musician and Artistic Director of Belfast TradFest, Dónal O'Connor. This is a 2-hour event showcasing Ulster's finest musicians and dancers who have performed both nationally and internationally in such famous shows as Riverdance, Feet of Flames and Lord of the Dance.

You will be served a complimentary drink on arrival and a sumptuous Belfast two course meal featuring the best of local ingredients. The Céilí will take place in the stunning surroundings of Belfast Castle which sits at the foot of Cavehill and overlooks the city. The musicians will host and MC the evening, singing Belfast songs and playing traditional instruments, explaining the history of the music, the instruments and dances. Irish dancers will perform and teach you some traditional dances. This spectacular and heart-warming evening's entertainment will give you a sense of the culture and traditions of this part of Ireland and will leave you wanting more!

• 2-hour traditional Irish experience in Belfast Castle which sits at the foot of Cavehill and overlooks the city.
• Listen to live Irish musicians play popular folk songs and tunes.
• Receive a complimentary drink on arrival or pour your own pint of Guinness.
• Feast on a traditional Belfast meal of Irish Stew served in a Belfast sourdough bowl followed by Co. Antrim Cake, Tea & Coffee.
• Learn how to Céilí dance with Irish dancers who have toured with Lord of Dance & Riverdance.
• Join professional Irish dancers to take part in a fun Céilí dance experience.
• Learn how to play the bodhrán, a traditional Irish drum.
• Plenty of interaction with fellow guests.
• All ages (u18 must be accompanied by an adult)
• This activity is wheelchair accessible.
• Recommended attire: Comfortable clothing for dancing.
• Full bar available.

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  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors

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  • Booking Required

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  • On site parking

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Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£60.00 per ticket
Child£40.00 per ticket
Family£160.00 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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