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Dancing at the Crossroads

Denvir's Coaching Inn, 14-16 English Street, Downpatrick, Co. Down, BT30 6AB
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Stamp, Clap and Dance your way into 2022 with the "Dancing at The Crossroads" experience in Denvir's,Downpatrick.

Join elite, former principal Irish dancer and Dance Captain of Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance - Josephine Brennan King for a high-octane experience that celebrates the centuries-old story, culture, and heritage behind Irish dancing. Enjoy a welcome tea or coffee and barmbrack, hear the history, get involved as you try Irish dance steps with Josephine leading the way and finish the evening off with a sumptuous 2 course meal offering a choice of the best authentic Irish dishes.

During this high energy, fun experience, Josephine weaves her magic through a fully interactive, one-of-a-kind Irish dancing experience. Learn the steps from traditional Sean Nós (old style Irish dance) to the iconic steps of "Riverdance" and "Lord of the Dance" This unforgettable, dynamic and fun experience culminates in a grand finale with a hooley (party) at the crossroads.

Highlights include:

A welcome tea / coffee with traditional Irish Barmbrack
Energetic performance of the transition from traditional to modern Irish dancing in Denvir's Inn.
Master the steps from the traditional to the more iconic in a fun and relaxing environment with plenty of Irish craic (fun) led by Josephine.
Learn about the history of Irish dancing and the charismatic Dance Masters.
Witness the evolution of the Irish dance costume and dancing shoe.
Finish with a full Irish hooley party at the crossroads.
Leave with new steps to share as a party piece with friends and family and take home an Irish dance medal and certificate as a memento.
Round off the evening by tucking into a delicious 2 course dinner of top quality Irish Cuisine all locally sourced.

"Let us take you on a journey like never before, you'll stamp, clap and dance and be left wanting more.
Bang out a rhythm, like a Riverdance Star,You'll all howl with laughter,then…… maybe Guinness at the bar"

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Accessibility

  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors

COVID-19 Response

  • COVID-19 measures in place

Event Facilities

  • Booking Required

Parking & Transport

  • Station nearby

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£62.50 per ticket

Admission includes 2 course lunch. Booking fee applies.

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Dancing at the Crossroads (26 Feb 2022)

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