Ward-Mallinson School of Irish dancing is based at the IWHC Manchester. Earlier this month, they graced the stages at the 51st World Irish Dancing Championships, in Montreal, Canada.
Each and every one of the 9 competing Ward-Mallinson School of Irish dancing pupils gave their best, and the school enjoyed great success across the Easter Weekend event.
Justine Ward-Mallinson, who runs the classes said, “I don’t ever recall having previously seen the overall standard of dancing as high in all competitions at any another World championship. Every dancer really brought their A-game”.
9 girls represented Ward-Mallinson School of Irish dancing, and Justine was delighted they won numerous world championship medals between them, which were proudly brought home to Manchester.
Ward-Mallinson School of Irish dancing classes take place at the Irish World Heritage Centre on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Get full information here.
The classes involve learning Irish dances such as the jig, the slip jig, the reel, and the hornpipe.
On Mondays, beginners class runs from 6pm – 7pm. Then the experienced Irish dance class runs from 7pm to 8.30pm.
On Tuesdays, the beginners class runs from 6pm – 7pm. From 7pm to 9.30pm, it’s an open dancers session.
Classes are priced at £7 each, however a discount is available when you book a block of lessons.
These classes are for children aged 4-17. Please contact Justine Ward-Mallinson for more information.
You can reach her on 07984128725 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is plenty of free parking at the Irish World Heritage Centre, and we are located right next door to Queens Road Metrolink Station.
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