HAVERFORDWEST RUGBY CLUB will be going Gaelic this February for Cystic Fibrosis, featuring traditional music from a three-piece band.
On Saturday February 6, Haverfordwest Rugby club will be hosting a ceilidh, (a traditional Gaelic social gathering, which usually involves playing Gaelic folk music and dancing) where they have a three-piece fiddle, concertina and guitar driven Celtic band performing many styles from up-beat jigs to slower songs, for all attending.
The event will be raising money for the Pembrokeshire brand of the Cystic fibrosis charity and is the first on the 2016 events programme.
The Caper Ceilidh Band has long provided Celtic music for events across West Wales. Fiddle player Polly has just returned from a recent tour of Germany and regularly performs throughout Wales while Mandy has played concertina for over 30 years, cutting her teeth in sessions across Wales. Ant’, the guitar player of the trio has been a central figure in Pembrokeshire sessions for the past 26 years.
Doors will open at 7.30 and tickets including food cost are £10 and drinks are available, to reserve your space call: 01437 899915