The Unicorn Ceilidh will return to Baldock this month, featuring Melobo and Alison Rowley.

The event will take place at St Mary's Church Hall in Church Street on Friday, April 12.

Melobo is a multi-instrumental three-piece ceilidh band from Wantage, Oxfordshire.

Their performances include melodeon, fiddle, oboe, recorder, bass and guitar.

The dances will be called by experienced ceilidh caller Alison, who is known for delivering calm and clear instructions with patience and humour.

Over the last 16 years, she has worked with many of the country's top ceilidh bands at numerous festivals and dances.

During the interval, entertainment will be provided by St Albans Morris, a long-established group who have been dancing in the Cotswold tradition around Hertfordshire and beyond since 1930.

To book tickets go to

Adult tickets cost £13, with concessions and children's tickets available.


Doors open at 7.30pm and the dancing starts at 8pm, finishing at 11pm.

There will be a real ale, cider, wine and soft drinks bar at half-time, and a raffle at the half-time break.

Parking is easy in the town centre, and dancers can walk to the church and find the hall within the church grounds.

Dances are held on the second Friday of the month.