Enjoy an evening of dance, drama and singing from the wonderfully talented students of BreakThrough Dance Company. Join us as we take you on a journey through the past, present and future, exploring the endless possibilities of the imagination. A fun, energetic and powerful performance suitable for the whole family to enjoy!
The National Dance Championships showcases the most talented dancers from around the country. Make sure you get along to glór for two days of exciting and inspirational solo performances.
On Friday dancers will compete for national titles in tap, jazz, lyrical and contemporary dance, and on Saturday dancers will compete in a number of
An event not to be missed for dance lovers!
*Two Day Ticket is available to book on the phone or in person. Not available online.
Approximate duration 40 – 50 mins
glór and the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance have joined forces to present a series showcasing emerging talent with a programme of free lunchtime concerts at glór. Curated by Irish World Academy’s Director Sandra Joyce and her staff, these concerts will celebrate innovation and the development of traditional music and dance students in an informal setting.
Merry.go.round is the latest and final piece in Maria Nilsson Waller’s triptych based on unclaimed territories. The dance work looks beyond our world into the great vast blackness of the cosmos in order to examine our most human of concerns: the search for true love and what it is we call home. In this otherworldly realm of celestial bodies five characters orbit each other. Some are destined to converge, others to split apart. They all long for authentic connections in a world where every man is an island. Caught between construction and deconstruction it is a marvel universe both beautifully simple and incredible messy.
Rebel Swedish jazz band Je Suis!, NASA recordings of the solar system and iconic opera music all feature as part of the eclectic soundtrack. Strange yet familiar, with a touch of cinematic sci-fi, merry.go.round is never the same twice.
Duration 45 mins
Broadway Dance is a recreational and competitive dance school which trains dancers in ballet, jazz, lyrical, tap and contemporary dance.
This year’s show will be a demonstration of what we achieved during this school year and will showcase our dances from different genres, various decades and with different creative themes. Don’t miss this exciting night of dance.
Clare Arts Office teams up with glór for an afternoon of singing and nostalgia as we mark the Bealtaine Festival - Ireland's national celebration of creativity as we age.
Admission free and all are welcome, with light refreshments provided after the event.
The Dinan School of Ballet takes to the stage once again with their own unique blend of dance, music and drama.
Using a creative mix of ballet, tap, jazz and contemporary dance along with a wide ranging musical score, their show will take you on a dramatic
journey based on the classic tale of Beauty and the Beast.
A fun night out for all the family is guaranteed!
Sparks present a fun and entertaining night for all the family, young and old.
See performers from as young as 3 years all the way up to adult champions. Don't miss it!
Early booking strongly advised.
Kizomba is a dance which originated in Angola back in the late 1970s & early 1980s. It since travelled to Europe and has been growing ever since - Kizomba is taking the world by storm!
Claire O’Meara, a native of Co. Clare, has been dancing for many years and after discovering Kizomba almost 5 years ago, she set up Kizomba Ennis and has been sharing her passion for the dance teaching and choreographing in Ennis for almost 2 years.
Claire regularly travels abroad to Lisbon to train with the masters of Kizomba as Portugal is a hub for the dance, She has recently started to teach Kizomba at different festivals in the UK. Claire is delighted to have had the opportunity to train and work with Tomas Keita and is excited to collaborate with him on this exciting project.
Tomas Keita was born in Guinea-Bissau and is one of the pioneers of teaching Kizomba and African dance in Europe, particulally in Spain. As a teacher and choreographer for African Rhythms and dance, he works in in different dance academies in Portugal and participated in different international congresses for Kizomba. He has been working for more than 15 years as a teacher and trainer. Based in Barcelona, he is delighted to come to Ennis to share his passion with everyone.
Hour long workshops will run at 3pm and 4.15pm. Make sure to stay after to enjoy some social dancing.
Booking is directly with Claire O'Meara on 085 76 46 098 or firstname.lastname@example.org