Founded by Mary Beth Taylor, TCRG (Registered Teacher, CLRG), Irish Dance Dublin welcomes adult learners of all ages and skill levels. We teach both Irish dancing and sean-nós (‘old style’) dancing, with classes for Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels.

Dancing is a fantastic way to improve your fitness, increase your flexibility, challenge your memory, and meet new people. Whether you are returning to a hobby you enjoyed in the past, or you want to learn something new, we have a class for you.

Mary Beth Taylor, TCRG

Mary Beth Taylor is the Artistic Director and Founder of Irish Dance Dublin. She is a Sean-Nós dancing teacher and a registered Irish dancing teacher (TCRG) with An Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha. The child of an Irish mother (Phil from Galway) and an American father (Bob from Idaho), Mary Beth grew up in Marietta, Georgia. Now married to a Dubliner (Richard from Glasnevin), she has been living and dancing in Ireland since 2002.

A dancer and educator with more than twenty years of experience, Mary Beth has enjoyed many different opportunities as a performer, tutor, and choreographer. Along with running weekly classes in Dublin, she has danced all over the world, having taught and performed throughout Ireland, the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Cyprus, Albania, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, and Oman.

Claire Sheridan, TCRG

Claire Sheridan is a professional dancer and registered Irish dancing teacher (TCRG) with AAn Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha. Following a competitive career spanning ten years with the Hession School of Irish Dance in Galway, she began dancing professionally with various shows. Over the years, Claire has had the opportunity to travel throughout Ireland, Europe and the US teaching and performing, most notably reaching the live semi-final of 'Got to Dance' on Sky1 with a host of famous faces!

Louise O’Connor

Louise O'Connor is a sean-nós dance instructor and fiddle player from Clare who has been playing and dancing since the age of 7. She also plays with and manages Celtic Dance Party, a highly inclusive céilí dance event with top-class live music. Her background in psychology and yoga training has heavily influenced her emphasis on using dance for enhancing the wellbeing of participants. She has taught sean-nós and céilí dance throughout Ireland and internationally, including events at Hastings Fleadh, London Irish Centre, Festival Zoú in France, and at regular céilí nights in The Cobblestone Pub, Dublin.