Claddagh School of Irish Dancing

I come from an Irish back ground both of my parents are Irish. I started Irish Dancing when I was 5 years old. I have danced in German, Austria, France, all over England and Ireland.

Television Appearances

Record Breakers – with the cast of Riverdance
European Folk Festival - German Television
Carnival of Vienna - Austrian Television
European Folk Festival - France
Presidents Ball - Rathaus, Vienna

Theatre Performances

London Palladium 
Apollo Hammersmith
Orchard Theatre
Trinity Theatre
Medway Arts Theatre
Stag Theatre
Woodville Halls

My aim is to give your child an education in Irish dance, incorporating Ireland’s music and culture. Your child will gain valuable skills at dancing such as posture, grace, co-ordination, confidence, concentration and good sportsmanship.

Irish dancing is not a conventional dance style, but one that requires the same amount of strength, discipline and mental awareness as other popular styles.

Your child will learn solo stepdances in both ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ shoes as well as learn ceili (pronounced kay-lee) dances. In the beginners class, children will learn basic technique and posture required for more advanced work as they progress.

The name Claddagh is most famously associated with the Claddagh Ring, created in the township of Claddagh in the 17th century. The ring has the symbols of the heart (representing love), hands (friendship) and the crown (loyalty). I firmly believe that dancing is about getting fit, having fun and forming lasting friendships, and I believe the Claddagh symbols are a good representation of this.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you at class.



Please contact me on 07415054864 alternatively email me:




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