Are you looking to immerse yourself in a night of traditional Scottish dining, dancing, and socializing? Looking to get the most experience out of your enthralling time in Edinburgh? Then you should come to the black tie PPLS Ceilidh Ball!
The School of Philosophy, Psychology, and Language Sciences is hosting a Ceilidh, which is organized Scottish dancing passed through the ages. This event is open to all students and non-students. The Ceilidh Ball will be Saturday 4th of March in the historic Hub right on the Royal Mile. The Hub is the closest venue to the Castle, quite literally on the doorstep inviting everyone’s eyes with its gothic architecture and stained glass windows.
You will be welcomed with a glass of sparkling wine or Scottish Malt upon arrival to be followed by a three-course meal including a taste of Scotland’s infamous treat: Haggis! There will also be half a bottle of wine per person during dinner, because it is Scotland.
You will be treated to a performance by our professional Highland Dancers in traditional attire who will later instruct and guide you to become a master ceilidh dancer! No previous experience necessary! You can then ceilidh your way through the evening and join us to a premier George Street night club!
So if dancing in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle tickles your fancy come along to this once in a lifetime night! Tickets are £60 for non members of a PPLS society and £55 for members. This is an experience you can remember for the rest of your life. Tickets can be found by clicking the link below and will be on sale until next Thursday 23rd of February. So grab your tickets while they’re still available!
The ceilidh will start at 9pm and doors will close at 10pm.
For more details and to buy tickets, check out the Facebook event page!