A fun and interactive cultural dance experience in the heart of the city - learn the most popular Céilí dances in just 90 minutes!

What is Céilí?
Céilí is a traditional group-led dance for all ages, abilities and fitness levels. Enjoy the ‘craic' as you spin, kick and sometimes make mistakes - the emphasis is on fun and meeting new people!
Where is Céilí Belfast?
In the heart of Cathedral Quarter at The Black Box, 18-22 Hill Street, Belfast BT1 2LA. Not only is it within walking distance from most city centre hotels, it is right beside some of Belfast's most famous bars and restaurants for refreshments after your session!
When is it?
Every Sunday from 12noon - 2pm.  Sessions outside this time can be arranged for groups of 30+.
How much?
Individual tickets are £9.95 per person; for groups of 15 or more people £17.95 per person.
How to Book
Book online now at
Why should you try Céili Belfast?
  •     Learn and perform popular céilí dances
  •     Hear about the origins and history of céilí culture
  •     Live musicians and dancers
  •     Cathedral Quarter location
  •     Free souvenir t-shirt
  •     Perfect for individuals and groups such as hen or stag parties, tour groups and corporate events

Céilí Belfast
The Black Box
18-22 Hill Street,

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Learn and perform popular céilí dances
  • Hear about the origins and history of céilí culture
  • Live musicians and dancers
  • Cathedral Quarter location
  • Free souvenir t-shirt for all dancers

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