There’s no ban on good music as the Hosepipe team strike up at Baldock ceilidh session

Ceilidh music

Ceilidh music - Credit: Archant

You’ll be tapping your feet when the Hosepipe Band provides the music at the latest Unicorn Ceilidh gathering at Baldock Arts and Heritage Centre on Friday.

Hailing from East Anglia, the band have been playing ceilidhs at festivals and dance events for the past 20 years, so they know a thing or two about what music makes the dancers get out of their seats and start moving.

Adam Hughes makes a welcome return to Unicorn as caller, walking through the dances and explain the moves before each one, and helping everyone to have a great time.

Doors open at 7.30pm and the dancing starts at 8pm. There’s a real ale, cider, wine and soft drinks bar open all evening and plenty of on-street parking near the venue.

You don’t need to book tickets - just pay at the door – £10 for adults, £9 for seniors, children under 18 £6, students and unwaged £7.

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