Derry City & Strabane - Mayor invites public to join her for Halloween Creepy Céilí




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Mayor invites public to join her for Halloween Creepy Céilí

12 October 2022
Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Councillor Sandra Duffy, is inviting the public to join her for an evening of traditional Irish music, dancing and craic at the Guildhall as part of this year’s Halloween celebrations.
The Creepy Céilí on Friday October 28th will feature music by renound Tory Island native Martin Duggan and all proceeds raised will go towards the Mayor’s Charity First Housing and Support Services.
Mayor Duffy said she hoped as many people as possible would come along to the event.
“I am delighted that the brilliant accordion player Martin Duggan is coming to the Guildhall to provide the live music for an evening of craic agus ceol at my Creepy Céilí,” she said.
“I know our local Céilí dancers and fans of traditional Irish music will be delighted to take part in the event in the stunning surroundings of our Main Hall but it is an event that can be enjoyed by everyone and I hope as many people as possible will attend.
“This is the first major event as part of my fundraising efforts for my chosen charity First Housing Aid and Support services who are doing critical work on the ground for those in accommodation distress or need.”
The Creepy Céilí will be held from 8pm to 11pm on Friday October 28th and admission is £10 or €10 which is paid at the door.
First Housing Aid and Support Services are a voluntary sector non-profile making organisation in operation since 1989 who provide professional advice on housing and solutions to people who find themselves in housing difficulties.
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