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Souped-up BARN DANCING for the 21st century

dancing to the best of the LIVE bands and Callers on the English-Ceilidh circuit - our Meltdowns are fast, friendly and great fun.

What's On

for Dates, Bands and Callers

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Times: 20:00 to 23:15

Doors open 19:45

 

CLAIR HALL

Perrymount Road  (B2028)

Haywards Heath Sussex. RH16 3DN

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How to find us

 

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a different festival-level LIVE band and Caller each month, visiting from all over the UK
Fully Licensed Bar area with seating

(adjacent to dance hall ... so you won't miss the action if you want to chat!)

Real Ale: on tap or bottled.

Free water provided.

No brought-in food or drinks please

Don't worry if you've not done it before - the Caller walks us through the moves before the music plasters a great big smile on your face
and lifts you off your feet!

  • FAQs page for all you need to know about Meltdown & Ceilidh/Barn Dancing.
  • Contact: 01273 541453 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • All ticket prices and info. HERE

Meltdown is part of the StepBack Consortium - and continues to be run NOT-FOR-PROFIT entirely by Volunteers

Our thanks to Jemma Gurney, Lizzie Lyons, Anthony Allen, Tom Evans and Ed Kingscote for permission to use their photographs on this site.