School of Irish Dancing hold classes in Lucan and Blanchardstown and are now opening a
new class in St Kevins GAA in Staplestown on Mondays at 6.30 pm. The school
has been established for ten years and pupils are trained from beginners to open world
standard. Michelle Lee is a qualified dance teacher and adjudicator and a member of An
Comhdhail Múinteoirí Na Ríncí Gaelacha.
The Lee School is proud to have many Dublin, Leinster and
All England titles holders in the class. Most recently
Grace Power and Orla McNerney both Lucan girls took the
Millennium Leinster Championship titles under age 9 and 12 respectively, which were held,
in the National Basketball Arena.
Grace age 8 has won this title for the second year in
succession and also holds the 1999 All-England title. Orla age 11 has now been victorious
for the fourth year in succession. Orla also holds Dublin and All-England titles.
Each year members of the class travel abroad. This year
from 19th to 23rd of July 32 members of the class will perform at the 37th
International European Festival, which is being held in Denmark. The Lee School is one of
two groups representing Ireland in the 2000 festival.
Zara Curtis and Lynsey Clemenger both senior pupils will
be jetting off to Missouri USA shortly to dance on stage for six weeks. Both girls were
delighted to have been chosen for this prestigious tour. Upon their return these girls and
other pupils from the class will perform in their "Celtic Rhythms" show in the
Rupert Guinness Theatre in May.
For more information:
Contact Michelle 01 6240603 or 087 2453490