Get your summer solstice on with two tickets to this slice of mid-June madness courtesy of This Is Cabaret.

Your feet have been restless too long. They itch. They burn. They want to be set free to dance like they have never danced before.

Are we right or are we right?

If we’re right, then the upcoming Epic Solstice Ceilidh Masked Pagan Ball is a no-brainer. It will be happening in East London on Friday 17 June, a few days before the Summer Solstice, so this is the perfect opportunity to get in touch with your heathen soul and stomp the night away.

There will be a ceilidh lesson before things get too serious. No experience is required to have a fun time and, as with all the best things in life, it is less about what you have but what you do with it. The shamanic Shesus will be leading the gathered congregation in her own rites and rituals and there are three full hours of hardcore hoofing with the Ceilidh Liberation Front.

After all that, Sheelanagig will be there with Eastern European and Balkan tunes delivered at breakneck pace. The party doesn’t stop until 2am so grab some sustenance beforehand and tell your mum not to stay up.

So how do you blag one pair of tickets to this most epic of events? All you have to do is answer one simple question.

In modern usage, the term “ceilidh” refers to a traditional social gathering of what kind?

(a) Arabic
(b) Gaelic
(c) Turmeric
(d) Seismic

Pick the correct answer and email it to with the subject line COMPETITION-CEILIDH.

The winner will receive a pair of standard tickets to Epic Solstice Ceilidh Masked Pagan Ball to be held on Friday 17 June at Epic Dalston. Please note that this event is for those aged 18+. For full details on on the event, see here.

The competition’s deadline is 12pm on Monday 13 June 2016. This Is Cabaret will choose one winner at random and contact them by email with details on how to redeem their prize. By submitting an entry to this competition you confirm that you are at least 18 years old and have read and accepted our Terms and Conditions.

If you’re not feeling lucky, tickets for this event can be purchased online  for £16.50-£18.50.

Image: Vipasana Roy