Along with the stunning scenery, world famous literature, talkative people, Irish humour, and a pint of Guinness, one thing that Ireland is known for is Irish dancing. It is a classic part of the country’s culture and heritage and has endured for centuries. It shows no sign of stopping as we head deep into the… Continue reading Irish dancing – a wonderful traditional artform that is going from strength to strength in the 21st century
Irish dancing brothers Michael and Matthew Gardiner have been keeping themselves in fine form throughout lockdown despite not being able to perform live shows. The Galway-based brothers are amongst the world’s leading Irish dancers and like millions of other performers they have been unable to wow audiences at live events due to the covid pandemic.
Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley has advised his fans to ‘follow your dreams’ after he won the best actor award at the Monaco streaming film festival. The Irish dance legend wrote, directed and starred in the spy thriller Blackbird.
Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley celebrated the 25th year anniversary of his spectacular Riverdance show this week. The veteran Chicago-born star has been one of the key driving forces behind the rise in popularity of Irish dance over the past few decades.
A team of dancers from Ireland have created a fantastic video to showcase their talents and the incredible natural beauty along the Wild Atlantic Way. The dancers are all part of the Joan Denise Moriarty School of Dance from Cork.
Forget Lord of the Dance, there is a new Irish dance sensation sweeping across the internet, and she is called Kali of the Dance. Kali Jazz is adorable and her Irish dance performance has become an online sensation with more than three million views on YouTube.
Irish dance legend Michael Flatley has worked with his team at Riverdance to create a wonderful video of the talented performers dancing in their own homes during lockdown. The Chicago-born star organised his dancers and had them record short video clips of them dancing in and around their homes.
One of the world’s top Irish dance teachers has explained how she has turned to technology to stay in contact with her students during the global pandemic. Emma O’Sullivan is an All Ireland Champion Irish dancer and specialises in the specific genre of the dance known as sean-nós.
Irish dance superstars Fusion Fighters reached out to their friends, fans and followers around the world and asked how for clips of them dancing at home during lockdown. The response was fantastic as Irish dance enthusiasts filmed themselves performing brilliantly in every nook and cranny of their homes.
A 19-year-old Irish dancer delighted guests at a wedding by treating them to a remarkable performance. David Geaney, originally from Dingle, Co Kerry is a professional dancer and is currently a part of Irish singing and dancing show ‘Celtic Steps’. He is a five time world-champion Irish dancer.