SIEGE OF ENNIS
This is a ceili dance popular in both Celtic Dance and Australian
Bush Dance circles.
couples line up facing two couples in lines of four, either around
the room in a large circle, or in lines up and down the dance floor.
Each line of two couples progresses after each repetition in the
direction they started to meet another line of two couples. When
the formation is a line up and down the dance floor one line will
stand out of the dance at each end every alternate time through,
turning around to rejoin the dance in the opposite direction.