Templebar Tradfest 2019 – Children’s Ceili
Temple Bar Tradfest brings with it plenty of ceol agus craic every January, and this year The National Wax Museum Plus will be throwing a Tradfest Children’s Céili this year as normal
We’ll be celebrating Temple Bar Tradfest 2018 at the museum with a traditional Céilí in the Great Writers room. Come join us for a few jigs and reels!
The Céilí is a traditional Irish dance for groups to have a lot of fun. A céilí dance traditionally was a chance for everyone to get together for some socialising with some music and dancing, with the origin of the word céilí meaning companion.
Temple Bar Tradfest is a favourite part of Irish culture at The National Wax Museum Plus! It gives us a chance to shake it out Irish style with all the Trad Kids! On Saturday the 26th the Irish Writer’s room will be transformed into a traditional celebration of the Irish Céilí. There’ll be craic agus ceol and some Irish Dancing lessons amongst some of the most traditional Irish Writers this January.
Staff will be on hand to teach the little ones a few jigs and reels!
From the 23rd to the 27th of January, Temple Bar plays host to the Temple Bar Tradfest 2019. It’s Ireland’s largest traditional music festival, incorporating many other genres of music in the process. The festival will feature a diverse range of musical acts and plenty of other interesting, related events. Here at the museum we embrace any chance to celebrate Irish heritage and fun events, so naturally we jumped straight into the craic!
You can read more about Tradfest 2018 here