After competing in Irish Dancing from the age of 5 and dancing with top class professionals I have decided to open a dance school. My goal is to enable people of all generations to be able to take up Irish Dance as a hobby. Your not too young and your not too old.
Traditional aspects of Irish Dance are promoted here and in many respects have been lost over the years.
Irish Dance is my passion it is like a religion.
It is not our interest to solely promote competitive Irish Dancing. If you wish to compete there will be opportunity however, our key focus is developing our pupils as individuals using Dance as an outlet to improve;
We follow a strict "No Tiara's Just Dance" approach and through this our atmosphere is welcoming, friendly and you are part of a team!
This comradery is often lost in many competitive schools.
Founder & Principal
2012 Torch Bearer British Champion
Starting out with CLRG a dance association her former teachers were part of, Norah Oscarby and Frances Cassidy (RIP) Rebecca had recalled and placed at the most prestigious CLRG All Ireland Dance Championships as well as British National and Great Britain Championships. She qualified for the world championships on numerous occasions in the senior ladies division. Amongst placing at Championships she has won the following titles.
> 2012 CLRG British National Champion (Figure Teams)
> 2013 Dancer and Coreographer in Fusion fighters dance crew
> 2016 World Irish Dance Association British Open Champion
>2017 World Irish Dance Association World Champion
>2017 World Irish Dance Association All Ireland Champion
>2017 World Irish Dance Association British Open Champion
>2017 Adult Dance Association World Champion
Alongside Irish Dance Rebecca was a 5x world 2x European and 12 x British Champion for Filipino Martial Arts fighting and forms. She has also done projects fusing the two styles together and is looking forward to continuing creating her own genre of contemporary Irish dance.
Rebecca was also hailed an inspiration to others when selected to run with the 2012 Olympic torch.