Cut A Shine and Friends Residency at Chats Palace - with Ross Ainslee and Jarlath Henderson

Cut A Shine and Friends Residency at Chats Palace - with Ross Ainslee and Jarlath Henderson
Saturday, October 19, 2013 - 19:30 - Sunday, October 20, 2013 - 01:00
Price: £8.00
£8 "Early Bird" Tickets
Launch of the Cut A Shine Residency at Chats Palace
Featued Band: Ross Ainslee and Jarlath Henderson.
Doors: 8pm
First Dance: 8:30pm
Second Dance Set: 9:45
Ross and Jarlath: 11pm
Close: 1am
Join us for the launch of our Monthly Residency at Chats Palace in Clapton. Cut A Shine will feature a host of our favourite callers and flat-foot dancers (Jo Bowis, Alice Cade & Gwennie) in addition to The Band: Joe Buirski, Ed Hicks, Jerry Bloom, Hippy Joe Hymas and Pete or Jack on the Double Bass.
To entertain you after the Barn Dance we present the BEST pipers in THE WORLD, Ross Ainslee and Jarlath Henderson. Headliners from Fire in the Moutain 2012.
Ross Ainslee and Jarlath Henderson are a pairing of the best young and progressive pipers from Scotland and Ireland respectively. Their music takes us from spellbinding and enchanting airs to driving foot stompin' Folk Rave.
The Chats Bar will be stocked with the finest Draught Ales and Farmhouse Ciders, with Hot n Spicy Cider too. Food is provided by the Furnace Family Pizza Oven - as featured all summer at Woodburner Events at the Dalston Curve Gardens.
A bit about Cut A Shine and the night:
Following another raucous summer festival season Cut A Shine put down their roots in their native East London and host a monthly residency over the autumn and winter months. Situated in the gorgeous and spacious Chats Palace in Homerton, every evening will feature a barn dance set from Cut A Shine followed by a performance from another choice dance band and DJs into the wee hours. Fine Ales and Fine Partner Dancing at Chats Palace every month.
Now in their 9th year, Cut A Shine began by putting on their own venue dance parties across London featuring Ceilidh Dances, Djs and bands – and it seems that the nation's appetite for Ceilidh has only grown over all these years! Keep it Hoedown.