It’s no cock and bull story, this is the headline act for Unicorn’s latest Baldock ceilidh

PUBLISHED: 15:15 26 May 2016 | UPDATED: 15:15 26 May 2016

The Cock and Bull band play at Baldock's Unicorn Ceilidh in May

The Cock and Bull band play at Baldock's Unicorn Ceilidh in May

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One of the country’s top ceilidh crews will be taking to the stage at the next Unicorn get-together in Baldock tomorrow night.

The Cock and Bull Band, above, are familiar faces festivals, ceilidhs and parties with their eclectic mix of instrumentation and styles.

They’ve been part of the scene since 1979, recorded their debut album in 1981 and although the line-up has changed over the years they still play great dance music to keep your feet moving all night.

Letchworth Morris Men will provide the interval entertainment. It’s £10 on the door at St Mary’s Hall in Church Street for adults with concessions available, doors open at 7.30pm.

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