Brandon Village Ceilidh Project

Infectious foot stomping tunes from ex-Mawkin duo

Brandon Village Ceilidh

The Brandon Village Ceilidh Project originates from the Norfolk town of the same name, with the band roving across East Anglia to entertain for weddings, parties and all manner of events. Their music originates from the British Isles and beyond, but the delivery is typically English, with an infectious rhythmic groove to get any party underway!

Brandon Village Ceilidh ProjectThe core band of James (violin) and Alex (diatonic button accordion) reunites two founder members of the awarding-winning folk band Mawkin; the two have delighted audiences around the world on stage and TV and regularly work with other high profile artists including the Mercury Award nominee Eliza Carthy as well as Jim Moray.

A friendly caller – Andrew – completes the core line-up and will ensure that everyone is encouraged to get up and dance and they will know what the moves are – well, roughly at least… it’s the chaos that makes a ceilidh fun!

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