Spring Ceilidh

Fri 1 April, 19:00
£15/£10 CONC + BF

“Taking the traditional ceilidh as its starting point, but ripping up the rule book, souping up the music and subverting the dance moves.” The Londonist

Open to dancers of all abilities (no experience necessary!)

The Ceilidh Liberation Front is London’s most radical & colourful live band, subverting the lore of Ceilidh with their energetic folk dance regime. They breathe vigour and vitality into the traditional ceilidh, whilst honouring its roots and traditions.


“The event was full of high energy, great fun, and good spirit from start to finish”

Southbank Centre

“Sweat-busting abandon, subverted dances and party tunes”

Time Out

Dress code: There is no dress code for this event,, however, Grand Junction has a strict no-heels policy for this event.

The Nest Collective

Founded in 2005 by Mercury-nominated artist Sam Lee, The Nest Collective began as a small gathering of music and folk lovers. Today, their vibrant programme features outstanding emerging and established folk, world and roots artists from across the globe.


Date: 1 April 2022

Start Time: 19:00

Doors: 18:30

Length: 3.5 hours

Tickets: £15 General Admission/£10 NUS/Unemployed/Low Income

Venue: Grand Junction is a new venue for the community, arts and culture based at St Mary Magdalene Church. Our mission is to create and present an eclectic, collaborative programme of music, arts and performance for young people, families and adults. We also have a café serving delicious food overlooking the canal.

Covid-19 Policy for this event 

Please note that, due to the nature of this event, the Covid-19 policy for this event differs from other Grand Junction events. 

For the safety and enjoyment of our audiences and staff, Grand Junction will follow a number of Covid safety measures:

IMPORTANT: For this event we will be asking all attendees to provide proof of a negative Lateral Flow Test on arrival. Ticket holders will be sent more information ahead of the event.  

We invite all visitors to check in using the NHS Test and Trace app. Although no longer compulsory this will help keep everyone safe.

Hand sanitiser stations are positioned around the building.

Regular cleaning and regular ventilation of the space, to ensure a flow of clean air.

Click here to view Grand Junction’s full Covid-safety information. Please feel free to contact us at info@grandjunction.org.uk if you have any further questions.

If you have tested positive for Covid-19 or are feeling unwell, and experiencing any of the symptoms of Covid-19 (in particular high temperature, cough, or sore throat), we ask you to stay at home and not travel to the event. 

rther Covid-safety information.