Hire Irish band in Dorset
Recent review: We hired the Stomping Boondocks for our wedding reception and they were absolutely fantastic! Most of the guests had never done a ceilidh before but all of them were raving about it after the event. Very responsive with communication before the event also.
About: The Blarney Roses are a traditional Celtic ceilidh and concert band. Available as a 2-6 piece band, at budgets to suit. Available for weddings, festivals, parties and special events (Paddy's Day, Burns' Night, New Year's Eve, St George's Day etc...). With origins in British and Irish traditional m
Recent review: The band were great and everyone had a good time joining in with the dancing. I was told that the caller was “dry as the Aticama desert” but unfortunately a few of my guests and myself included felt he came across as a little rude on occasions. Also I know it’s traditional that men dance with
Recent review: "Birthday / Anniversary party Thank-you so much for playing at our party on Saturday night We had a fabulous time and so did our guests. We loved the tunes you chose to play and the dances you guided us through, they were very well matched for the ability of the audienc
Recent review: Great sound, friendly and adaptable. The band arrived on time and kept everyone very well entertained. We all had a great time
About: Bowreed are Bristol’s top young ceilidh band. Our sound fuses traditional ceilidh music with a funky modern flair. There is no event too large or small for a ceilidh! We guarantee our unique style will have all your guests dancing in no time. We are a young, lively and fun band to dance to and have
Recent review: You made our party (for our Co. Mayo mother's 90th) very memorable and played exceptionally well, all our favourite Irish melodies. You were also very flexible to our set up of the room and integrated well into our family and friends. I would thoroughly recommend you
About: We're a great fun band playing Irish and Scottish music with amusing little stories to compliment the tunes. A night with us will have you smiling and dancing and singing along. Think of The Dubliners and you'll be close to our sound and music. We play weddings, parties, wakes, festivals and ceilidh
About: Monkey See Monkey Do is a band of four musicians from Southampton’s urban jungle. Helen Gentile, Matt Aldous and brothers Sam and Aaron Horlock use clarinet, percussion, fiddle and guitar to deliver a highly entertaining set which pulls in all sorts of influences from Irish traditional to bluegrass.
Recent review: Thank you for making our day special. We had Kilcannon for our wedding day in September 2017. Excellent communication and so friendly! I love Irish music so this really made the wedding day feel more special for me. They really created a great atmosphere inside the wedding marquee, I only wish I'd h
Recent review: Lilac was skilful and fun. Choice of music was just right for our occasion. Lilac has a pleasant engaging personality that connects well to her art.
Recent review: "Absolute band were ""ABSOLUTELY"" amazing and far exceeded our expectations and truly made the day extra special. Right from the music for the ceremony through to the first dances and the whole set...they were fantastic. They really looked like they were enjoying it too and their enthusiasm didn't
Recent review: They were absolutely brilliant at our 40th. Not only were they lively and fun with a good repertoire but the vocals and music were excellent. Everyone enjoyed their sets whether dancing or listening. They were fantastic and I'd recommend them to anyone. I need to come up with an excuse for another p
About: As a 5 x piece band The Wee Bag Band's raison d'être is to bring mad, bad, trad, popular and contemporary diddly, diddly Irish / Celtic with a hint of Country and Blue Grass music and song to the masses at pubs, clubs, doos 'n festivals in Merseyeside, UK, infinity & beyond...... We must be hit
Recent review: These guys were just fab as entertainment for our wedding day. When you have a mix of young, old and young at heart, it’s so hard to please everyone, but please everyone they did. With their infectious beats, comedic interludes and toe tapping tunes, Ben and Richard brought energy, fun and laughter