June 27, 2013
RIVERDANCE – THE GATHERING 2013
LEARN HOW YOU CAN BE PART OF THE WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT TO BREAK THE LONGEST RIVERDANCE LINE
Master a haon, a do, a trí in a once-off chance to tread the boards with Riverdance in Dublin and Cork
Have you ever wanted to break a world record and learn to Riverdance while you’re at it? Then, dust off those dancing shoes and head along to Riverdance – The Gathering’s pop-up dance classes on Saturday, 29th of June on Dublin’s South King St. and Cork’s Opera Lane from 12pm – 2pm.
For two hours the dancers of Riverdance will be taking to the streets of Dublin and Cork to teach you some easy Irish dancing steps. Whether you are the next Jean Butler, or simply want to learn a few of the iconic Riverdance steps – just stop by the Riverdance – The Gathering pop-up class, and you will be equipped with the tools you need to take part in a once in a lifetime opportunity to break the world’s longest Riverdance line on Sunday July 21st.
WHERE: South King St., Dublin 2 – right in front of The Gaiety and Opera Lane, Cork City
WHEN: Saturday 29th of June, 12pm – 2pm
At 12 noon on Sunday 21st July the stars of Riverdance, led by the ‘First Lady’ of Riverdance, Jean Butler, will be attempting to break the world record for the Longest Riverdance Line and we want you to be part of it! Over 2,000 are expected to line up along the banks of River Liffey in Dublin.
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Video: Riverdance Classes for the World Record on 21 July, Dublin