Irish dance is a group of traditional dances originating in Ireland around the 16th century. Where dancers dance solo and groups to perform or compete.
The Mcteggart School s a competitive school recognized by CLRG and IDTANA Southern Region teachers associations.
If your dancer is interested in the competitive side of Irish dance they can start competing as a beginner in as little as a few months time. www.feisworx.com, and efeis.com are a few sites that have competitions close by. It’s also an amazing way to travel and meet new friends and build on their dancing to progress towards higher levels. Talk to Rebekah to help set up an account.
Performances are also a great opportunity for our group to be showcased. We perform throughout the year at different events, festivals, parades and retirement homes, and with anything irish, March is a busy time of the year. Also we’re working towards a yearly halfway to St. Pattys Day recital and fundraiser in Sept. I’ll keep everyone updated via emails, Facebook etc. our Facebook page.
Ghillies, Hard Shoes and Socks
Reel Shoes (new and used)
Amazon.com: Little Big Girls' Casual Pleated Mini Skirt for Spring and Autumn (2-3 Years/Asian Size 2/Fits 120 cm Tall,Black): Clothing
Red and black plaid (sizes run small order 2 sizes up)
Love Camelia Rose wigs!
This is where we get our team and performance wigs.
Ask Rebekah for details in style and color.
Their 18-inch base floor tiles snap together to make an excellent portable dance practice or performance floor (cost with shipping is approximately $8 per tile).
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