ADDRESS

Bloomfields Lower Georges Street, County Dublin

CONTACT

+353 1 280 3455
info@dancetheatreireland.com

WEB

www.dancetheatreireland.com

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Dance Theatre of Ireland

Dance Theatre of Ireland is one of Ireland's finest Contemporary Dance Company's performing nationally and internationally. The Company also operate the Centre for Dance in Dun Laoghaire where over 2500 people dance recreationally throughout the year.

Founded by Artistic Directors, Robert Connor & Loretta Yurick, DTI produces work that tours Ireland, Europe and Asia, collaborating with Irish composers, musicians and digital designers in creating dance performances which have been described as
"...is a constant reflection on our human states of frailty and strength." The Sunday Times (London) K. Buckley

At their Centre for Dance in Dun Laoghaire they also offer year-round, day-time, evening and weekend dance classes for young people and adults in a state-of-the-art dance Studio officially opened by Mary McAleese.

Year - Round Classes in Dance

-Ballet
Monday 6.45pm (Intermediate)
Saturday 11.15am (Beginners)

-Modern / Hip Hop
Monday 8.00pm (Beginners)
Wednesday 8.00pm (Intermediate)
Saturday 12.15pm (8-12yrs)
Saturday 1.15pm (Adult/Teen)

-Capoeira
Thursday 8.15pm

-Pilates & Dance
Friday 10.00am

-Cardio Salsa/Salsa Dance
Tuesday 6.30 & 7.45pm

-Child & Parent Modern Dance
Wednesday 3.00pm (5-8yrs)

-Contemporary Dance
Wednesday 6.45pm (Intermediate)
Thursday 6.45pm (Beginners)

-Yoga
Friday 6.30 & 8.00pm

-Body Conditioning / Contemporary Dance
Saturday 10.00am

-Zumba
Saturday 2.15pm

-Ballroom & Social
Saturday 3.15pm

-Belly Dance
Saturday 4.15pm

Facilities:
Lift

Directions:
Directions from our studio are from Dublin City Centre: Take the electric train DART (southbound) to the Dun Laoghaire stop. Cross the street and walk up Marine Road (2 blocks), take a right at the traffic lights and we are two blocks down on the left: on the plaza of the Bloomfield's Shopping Centre, with our entrance to the LEFT of the IMC Cinema (which is also on the plaza).



Dance Theatre of Ireland

ADDRESS

Bloomfields Lower Georges Street, County Dublin

CONTACT

+353 1 280 3455
info@dancetheatreireland.com

WEB

www.dancetheatreireland.com

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Dance Theatre of Ireland is one of Ireland's finest Contemporary Dance Company's performing nationally and internationally. The Company also operate the Centre for Dance in Dun Laoghaire where over 2500 people dance recreationally throughout the year.

Founded by Artistic Directors, Robert Connor & Loretta Yurick, DTI produces work that tours Ireland, Europe and Asia, collaborating with Irish composers, musicians and digital designers in creating dance performances which have been described as
"...is a constant reflection on our human states of frailty and strength." The Sunday Times (London) K. Buckley

At their Centre for Dance in Dun Laoghaire they also offer year-round, day-time, evening and weekend dance classes for young people and adults in a state-of-the-art dance Studio officially opened by Mary McAleese.

Year - Round Classes in Dance

-Ballet
Monday 6.45pm (Intermediate)
Saturday 11.15am (Beginners)

-Modern / Hip Hop
Monday 8.00pm (Beginners)
Wednesday 8.00pm (Intermediate)
Saturday 12.15pm (8-12yrs)
Saturday 1.15pm (Adult/Teen)

-Capoeira
Thursday 8.15pm

-Pilates & Dance
Friday 10.00am

-Cardio Salsa/Salsa Dance
Tuesday 6.30 & 7.45pm

-Child & Parent Modern Dance
Wednesday 3.00pm (5-8yrs)

-Contemporary Dance
Wednesday 6.45pm (Intermediate)
Thursday 6.45pm (Beginners)

-Yoga
Friday 6.30 & 8.00pm

-Body Conditioning / Contemporary Dance
Saturday 10.00am

-Zumba
Saturday 2.15pm

-Ballroom & Social
Saturday 3.15pm

-Belly Dance
Saturday 4.15pm

Facilities:
Lift

Directions:
Directions from our studio are from Dublin City Centre: Take the electric train DART (southbound) to the Dun Laoghaire stop. Cross the street and walk up Marine Road (2 blocks), take a right at the traffic lights and we are two blocks down on the left: on the plaza of the Bloomfield's Shopping Centre, with our entrance to the LEFT of the IMC Cinema (which is also on the plaza).



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