As part of Culture Night 2015, Scully's bar was turned into a Rambling House, on Friday the 18th of September. Our Fear an tí and Bean an tí ()'Man of the house' and 'woman of the house') ran the proceedings introducing a selection of Set dancers, Brush dancers, Singers of all ages and styles, Recitations and Poetry, along with a generous sprinkling of Sliabh Luachra music that forms part of every event in Scully's bar.
Before the advent of Radio,T.V.and print media the Rambling House was an important and widespread feature of country life. The Rambling House was a private dwelling where members of small communities met to socialize, to entertain one another and to be entertained. Attendance at such gatherings was often described as 'roving'.