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Dance against cancer with Celtic ceilidh

30.01.2017 From our online archive
For Word Cancer Day on February 4 a group of Relais pour la Vie teams have organised a night of ceilidh dancing with traditional Celtic music.

For Word Cancer Day on February 4 a group of Relais pour la Vie teams have organised a night of ceilidh dancing with traditional Celtic music, featuring the Kitchen Quartet, who play Irish music made in Luxembourg, as well as two Scottish bagpipers from the Luxembourg Pipe Band, Gauthier Crommelinck and Pierrot Krier.

Don't worry though you don't have to be an experienced ceilidh dancer or to have even 'Striped the Willow' before to enjoy the event, as there will be an experienced dancer to guide you through the moves.

If you're still not too keen on the dancing then you'll be able to sit back and enjoy the warm sounds of the Celtic music, have a drink and even try your luck with the tombola.

The night will cost just 10 euros and will be held at the Altrimenti Cultural Centre in Luxembourg City centre from 7pm on February 4.

Register at www.urquhart.lu/relais and pick your tickets up at the door.