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Scottish Wedding Music Advice | A typical Wedding Schedule In Scotland

The Jiggers Scottish ceilidh band have played well over 1000 weddings in venues across Scotland. We’ve written this blog post as a guide for brides and grooms who are planning their wedding day schedule, and looking for a bit of Scottish wedding music advice. Of course, you don’t have to do it this way. We’re always very flexible: it’s your Big … Continued

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CBeebies Something Special with The Jiggers Ceilidh Band

If you’re a fan of Justin Fletcher AKA Mr Tumble, and his CBeebies show Something Special you may remember the episode when he was joined by The Jiggers Ceilidh Band. Three members of the ceilidh band, David, Andy and Scott joined Justin for the final show of the series, entitled “Ceilidh”. The show is hugely popular with children from 0-8 years (and therefore … Continued

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How to Scottish Ceilidh [Infographic]

The party season is upon us with Christmas and Hogmanay only weeks away and with that comes an abundance of ceilidh dances. To make sure everyone is up to scratch with their ceilidh dance moves, we created this infographic which gives you the basic guide to the best ceilidh dances. Key Takeaways: The Gay Gordons, a ceilidh dance with low … Continued

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Ceilidh Survival Guide

Ceilidh season is upon us with St Andrews, Christmas, and Hogmanay but for those who have never been to a Ceilidh before and are nervous about it, we have made the ultimate Ceilidh Survival guide to get you in the swing of things. 1. What is a ceilidh? First of all, it’s pronounced “KAY-lee” to rhyme with daily, gaily, ukelele, Israeli … Continued