Q

Anonymous asked:

what's the difference between uí shé and o'shea, are they the same school but in two locations? or two different schools? are they even related in anyway? thanks in advance

A

Cormac O’Sé, the TC of O’Shea Irish Dance in the USA, is the son of Seamus O’Sé and Aine Uí Shé of Scoil Rince Uí Shé in Ireland. We’re completely separate schools, but we have an association because Seamus and Aine come over to do workshops at OID in the summer. I’m pretty sure we’d have one anyway though, due to the fact that our TCs are related.

thevanishinglake70:

erin-irishdances:

irishdanceblog:

Kevinah & Ceili finding out results, 1st and 2nd in the world!

swoose.net miltonbaar photography

😍

Oh yeah bring on the tears

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Uí Shé and O’Shea! One family, two schools. <3
Grace McGrory (2nd) and Alliyah O’Hare (1st) of Girls U11 being just adorable… <3

Grace McGrory (2nd) and Alliyah O’Hare (1st) of Girls U11 being just adorable… <3

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thedonegalrambler:

Best friends on the podium!

Kevinah Dargan (2nd) and Ceili Moore (1st) of Ladies U20… so happy for both of them!

1ST CEILI MOORE

thedonegalrambler:

2ND KEVINAH DARGAN

3RD SINEAD MALONE

4TH SINEAD CARSON

5TH FIONA SHELLUM

Yes, yes, yes! I knew she’d do it!

downfallofparis:

My girl Olivia from Ward Mallinson looking absolutely stunning in her new dress, all ready to dance at Worlds!  Good Luck babe!!

Oooh, her dress is so sharp and classy! The collar, cuffs, and hem are perfection.

downfallofparis:

My girl Olivia from Ward Mallinson looking absolutely stunning in her new dress, all ready to dance at Worlds!
Good Luck babe!!

Oooh, her dress is so sharp and classy! The collar, cuffs, and hem are perfection.

turntheblanket:

Got to follow around thefeckinpiper today and take pictures of her at her first Worlds!  Threw in a few extra shots I just liked.

These are all my photos. Reblogging is cool; copying is not.  Please do not put these on your Instagram or whatever—you will make me has a sad.

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