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An Ríl Deal is looking for the next big
thing in the world of Irish dancing.

This year someone will be getting the Christmas present of a lifetime – the chance to dance on Broadway, New York!
TG4 and Adare Productions are looking for the next big thing in the world of Irish dancing. At stake is the chance to strut their stuff on one of the planets most illustrious stages in The Big Apple.
All Irish dancers are invited to apply for the show, from step dancing to brush dancing, from Sean-nós dancing to set dancers. There are no age restrictions on the dancers as young and old and everything in between are invited to apply.
Whether you’re a solo dancer or part of a large troupe, then this is the competition for you. This is the ultimate free-for-all Irish dance competition and a celebration of all the Irish dancing traditions.

Keeping a close eye on all the talented hopefuls are our 3 judges.

Sibéal Davitt has been sean-nós dancing and playing traditional Irish music from an early age. She was the winner of the All-Ireland Glas Vegas talent competition on TG4 in 2009 so knows what it’s like to battle it out in the televised talent show and win the right to perform in America. She is a popular performer and teacher of sean-nós dancing at venues and festivals throughout Ireland and has toured extensively abroad.

Breandán de Gallaí, former lead dancer in Riverdance, Breandán is used to working with the world’s top Irish dancers. He is a hard man to impress and any dancer going on stage in front of him, aiming to be crowned the best Irish dance act in Ireland, better give the performance of their lives!

Roy Galvin, an accomplished Irish solo dancer, sean-nós dancer and set dancer. Roy also had a successful career as a ballet dancer and has an eye for talent and what it takes to make it on the big stage. Roy danced professionally with both The Irish Ballet Company and Dublin City Ballet and more recently was ballet master with Irish Modern Dance Theatre. He also set up his own company Pas de Deux Dance Company which performed regularly at The National Gallery of Ireland and also at The National Concert Hall.

All 3 judges are experts in the field of Irish dance, but will they see eye to eye with such a variety of styles on display? Tasked with keeping the judges in order is our host,
Máire Treasa Ní Dhubhghaill.

The series will be recorded on 8/9/10 May 2017 in RTÉ, Dublin. To apply, please fill out this short application form.
Who knows – you could be lighting up Broadway next year!

For all queries, please contact An Ríl Deal team on 01-284 3877.

 

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