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Who ?

Irish dance is not an easy way of dancing, but anybody can learn it, young or old. Previous experience in dancing is often a bonus, but definitely not necessary. All are welcome starting from the age of five. Irish dancing can be quite straining on joints (ankles, knees and hips) and the back. If you have suffered some pain in there areas, please talk to the teachers. With some care, a lot is possible.

When ?

Our classes take place on Saturday and Tuesday. On Saturday we dance between 9 AM and 2 PM. The classes are divided in groups, depending on your level of Irish dancing. On Tuesday evening between 7 PM and 9 PM. All dancers are welcome to practice together, but these classes are not mandatory. When events or shows are scheduled, these classes will be obligatory if you wish to participate.
If you wish to see our timetable:


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Where ?

Our classes are organised in Kapelle-op-den-Bos. Adress: Mechelseweg 231, 1880 Kapelle-op-den-Bos. You can enter our venue through the hallway underneath some apartments. Our venue is easily accessible by bus, train or bike. If you wish to come with your car, you’ll might be lucky to find a parking spot in the street or you’ll have to park at the market place (200 metres).

How much ?

Without previous experience, you’ll need to start with one class which is soft shoe. This first year will only cost you €120 (insurance included). From then on you’re allowed to dance hard shoe as well. That extra class will cost you €80. And if you’re selected to join our ceili team, you’ll pay an additional €30. If brothers or sisters join our troupe, they’ll get a €10 discount.

What to wear?

You’ll obviously need some sportswear. For your first Irish dance steps, you can use ordinary flexible shoes, even socks. From the moment you’d like to perform or/and compete, soft shoes are obligatory.
If you want to start with hard shoe classes, we strongly advise to immediately buy hard shoes as it is impossible to learn to tap without the proper shoes.
Our teachers are always willing to help you to find a new or second hand pair.

If you have any further questions, take a look at our FAQ page or contact us.

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