UpRoar People’s Ceilidh is a monthly folky fulcrum of creative celebration – it’s part concert, part singing workshop, part ceilidh dance, part fundraiser and part community feast – UpRoar is literally an all-singing-all-dancing community shindig!
‘It’s like a festival in an afternoon!’ – UpRoar People’s Ceilidh Participant
Each month, UpRoar welcomes a different special guest from the wide and wonderful world of progressive folk, and invites you to a matinee concert with our guest. This is followed by a singing workshop led by choral activist Kirsty Martin and then a few ceilidh dances – dancers of all abilities and penchants welcome! We then share a community feast together, while learning about a cause / organisation that is close to our guest’s heart.
UpRoar has something for everyone! Each session features a special musical guest, a chosen charity, a community song, an accessible & inclusive group dance & some wonderful food!
Our special guests for June are Brighton’s own folk/punk band Pog!Click here to book tickets for Pog