Isle of Harris Distillery invites you to the second virtual Cèilidh of the year

Throughout the long winter of lockdown, Isle of Harris Distillery has been working hard to help us all celebrate the joys of community and connection no matter how far apart we find ourselves in these unusual times.

The Gaelic word Cèilidh (pronounced kay-lee) is often associated with kilts, highland dancing and a full band of Scottish musicians, but it is a word which simply means visiting and socialising with friends – which requires no fuss or formality. All you need is yourself, and something to drink!

On Saturday 27th of February at 8pm UK time, all are invited to join the Harris Distillery team at a safe social distance for some storytelling, music and a bit of ‘craic’, all from the comfort of your own home.

Hosts, Iona Cairns and Calum Barker shall be joined by three musical guests – singer/songwriter Norrie Maciver, fiddle player Robbie Greig and singer Kim Carnie.

Anyone interested in taking part should email [email protected] to receive a zoom invite and details on how to join.

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