SRMnR once again on Top of the World! Dundalk’s own Scoil Rince Móna Ní Rodaigh swept the boards at the recent World Ir ish Dancing Championships in Glasgow with their most successful ever trophy haul since the school was
World Championships, Dublin, 2017 6 ‘Globes’, 2 cups and 90 World medals….Simply the best! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Gareth O’Connor – World Champion U16 Alannah Murray- 2nd U20 Oisin Lennon – 5th U12 Niamh Muldowney – 5th U21 Katie
For all team classes through to the World C’ships please see the school calendar.
General School policies: – Scoil Rince Mona Ni Rodaigh – 2017 Dancers are to be dropped off and collected promptly. Parents are not permitted to engage in lengthy discussions with teachers during class time. This takes time away from dancers
We thought we would put some notes together for our beginner dancers to make suggestions regarding presentation. Please note that these simply suggestions, we are not suggesting that you MUST wear hair a certain way or wear a certain costume.
6 Mona Ni Rodaigh teams entered this year’s All Ireland Championships and all 6 teams came home with All Ireland medals:- U12 Girls – All Ireland Champions U12 mixed – All Ireland Champions U15 Girls – All Ireland Champions Senior
Important notes in documents section – please read!
No fewer than 5 former SRMnR dancers performed last Friday night as part of the BBC Proms in the Park, including leading man for ‘Riverdance’ James Greenan. By any standards, that’s a considerable proportion of the troupe! Check out their
We’ve finally given in to the demand for Adult Irish dancing classes in the Dundalk area! Folks, get ready for some serious laughs, a lot of learning and a little sweating as we embark on teaching the grown-ups of Dundalk