The Biomedical Ceilidh has now sold out.
If you realise you or friends you've booked for can't come, please cancel your ticket. This will open up space for keen dancers.
Ari from the Biomedical Teaching Organisation
We are delighted to invite you to our Ceilidh at the Ghillie Dhu on Monday the 21st of October.
All Undergraduate and Postgraduate students and staff in the Deanery of Biomedical Sciences are warmly encouraged to enjoy the Scottish traditions of Ceilidh dancing, drinking and eating, in the spectacular setting of the Ghillie Dhu.
Why a Ceilidh?
We thought this would be the perfect way to welcome our new students, as well as an opportunity for everyone in the Deanery of Biomedical Sciences to relax with some excellent food and good craic.
If you've never been to a Ceilidh before, don't worry. The point of a Ceilidh is to have fun so there's no expectation at all to be perfect.
Nah, thanks, I don't dance.
That's OK. If you're unable or don't want to dance, we hope you'll enjoy the wonderful company of fellow students and staff, as well as amazing food and drink.
Kilts, fabulous dresses, suits, and, most importantly, shoes you can dance in! Please come in whatever feels beautiful and comfortable.
The Ghillie Dhu is accessible by lift.
Dietary requirements and questions
If you need to let us know about any dietary requirements, or you have any questions, please get in touch by emailing BMTO@ed.ac.uk. Put Mid-semester Ceilidh in the title of your email and let us know how we can help.
See you there!
With warm wishes,
The Biomedical Teaching Organisation