The Lynagh Studio Irish dancers are available for public performance at your event, show or production. We have a wide range of ages and levels, with teachers to assist in choreographing to suit many different locations, purposes and styles.

Over many years we have had the pleasure of participating in a variety of school fetes, cultural festivals, weddings, TV and media productions and other private & public functions. We love sharing the culture of Irish dancing with our community, demonstrating the passion & dedication of our dancers, with displays of traditional & modern Irish dancing styles, from a range of ages starting at young beginners to current World-ranked Qualifiers.

Live Entertainment

Book us for your next event to get the crowd toe tapping to authentic Irish Rhythm and mesmerising choreography.

Rinceoirí Gaeilge stíl Riverdance atá ar fáil le haghaidh léirithe téamacha Ceiltis ag do ócáid ​​phríobháideach nó corparáideach.

In addition to dancing displays, we can also offer simple on-the-spot instruction & participation for your group/crowd to have a go and dance along. Static displays (no dancing) of Irish dancing costumes and other related items can be arranged subject to availability.

The dancing school does have Irish dancing team and solo costumes, however should you have a theme that requires a more specific dress code, you will be required to provide this, and/or funding for the creation of the needed costumes. We can provide music playing equipment for small outdoor to medium-sized indoor spaces, however for any large venues, you are expected to provide all technical equipment for use with cd / ipod etc devices. We do not have live musicians to hire, however we can recommend known artists to contact if requested.


All of our teachers are accredited holders of the “Working with Children Check – Queensland’s blue Card System“.  The purpose of the blue card system is to contribute to the creation of safe and supportive environments for children and young people when receiving services and participating in activities which are essential to their development and well-being, such as child care, education, sport, and cultural activities. A requirement for people working with children and young people in Queensland including our teachers.

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