TCRG-certified instructors, including several who starred in Lord of the Dance, lead children and adults in Irish dance classes
What You'll Get
$16 for 10 Irish dance classes ($150 value)
See the class schedules.
The Fine Print
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About Celtic Steps School of Irish Dance
After achieving perhaps the pinnacle of success in the Irish dancing world—lead roles in _Lord of the Dance_—Aisling Toal Casey and Shaun Casey retired to Denver to open Celtic Steps School of Irish Dance to train the next generation of superb Irish step dancers. They've succeeded; the school's dancers have won awards from the All Ireland Championships, the North American Irish Dance Championships, and the Western Region Oireachtas. Aisling, Shaun, and fellow teacher Eimear Toal are all TCRG certified and instruct boys and girls aged 4–12, as well as adults, at locations throughout the area. They specialize in traditional Irish solo and ceili dancing and teach dancers important fundamentals, such as jig steps, dancing in unison, and how to dance without your wig of ringlets flying off. In addition to competing in championships, students also have performed on local television and in St. Patrick's Day parades.