Beginners Irish Dancing classes
Irish Dancing classes
Classes are available for children age 4+ providing lessons for all ages and abilities
All classes are based upon the child enjoying all aspects of dance and most of all having fun & making friends.
Come along the first class is free
Classes start Saturday 29th March 2014
Ring to register your child and guarantee a place
5 mins from st albans city centre, located off Sandringham crescent Jersey Farm
Every Saturday 11.30-12.30pm
The school is run and founded by Louise Walsh, registered teacher with CoimisiÃºn le RincÃ Gaelacha Dublin -www.clrg.ie
Louise started dancing at the age of 5 with Kathleen Murray school of Irish dancing. During her 20 years of dancing Louise competed at many local and National competitions including the Great Britain championships, British Nationals, European Championships and Southern regional Oireachtas. Louise went on to tour the world with the Gaelforce dance troupe for 3 years.
After a successful Irish dancing career Louise retired from competing to pursue her dream and pass on her passion and flare for Irish dancing to the local community, the next generation of dancers and become an Irish dancing teacher.
In November 2013 Louise passed her TCRG exam with honours. Shortly afterwards in 2014 Louise set up the Louise Academy of Irish dancing in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
Are you looking for a group of dancers to perform at your upcoming event in 2016 or 2017, look no further. Our dancers perform at many local events including summer fayres, festivals and weddings. If you would like to find out more or to make a booking please contact Louise, we are already taking bookings for 2017!
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