Hiring Irish dancers for your next event? Entertainment guaranteed!
If you are looking to book Irish dancers for weddings or corporate events, then the Lil Tully School of Irish Dance is the place to ask.
Shows like Riverdance and Lord of the Dance took the world by storm after Traditional Irish dancing shoot to fame in 1995 with the launch of the famous Irish Dance Show during the Eurovision Interval.
Irish dancing always seems to captivate any audience with the crisp rhythms and synchronized movements. It never fails to inspire an audience to get up and dance.
The Lil Tully dancers never fail to entertain guests at different events and venues, they will have your guests wanting to get up and dance from start to finish!
If you’re looking for a "Riverdance" style dancing at your wedding, or you would like to welcome delegates to your conference in Ireland with some Irish culture contact them today.
The Lil Tully moto:
“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s learning to dance in the rain”
The school has been in existence for more than 50 years, the founder Lil Tully passed away in 2000 leaving a wonderful legacy behind. The class promotes and fosters Irish Dancing in all aspects.
Her Daughter Siobhan Keogh Kellett A.D.C.R.G now runs the school with Irish Dance classes in Crumlin, Dolphins Barn and Maynooth. The school has a full programme, including travel, shows, weddings, exams and teacher training. They have visited all corners of the globe. To date they have performed at the St Patricks Day Parade in New York, Dublin and Maynooth. They have danced in Disney Land Resort Florida and Paris, Pineapple Dance Studio London to name just a few.
Enquiries please get in touch:
Tel: 00 353 86 896 2008 Email: Siobhankellett@eircom.net
Review from a wedding couple:
"Many thanks to Siobhan and her dancers for a fantastic performance at our wedding last month, we really appreciate the special touch that Siobhan adds to the performance of her dancers. It made our day very special and most welcomed by our overseas relatives, everyone up dancing at the ceili was great." - John & Yyvone