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Killeavy St Moninna's GAC Activities organised by the social club include céilí dancing and whist.
Irish dance The term "céilí dance" was invented in the late 19th century by the Gaelic League. as a noun differs from the adjective . A céilí is a social gathering featuring Irish music and dance. Céilí dancing is a specific type of Irish dance. Some (plural of céilí) will only have céilí dancing, some only have set dancing, and some will have a mixture.
Irish stepdance Some dance schools recognised by An Coimisiún Le Rincí Gaelacha place as much emphasis on céilí dancing as on solo dancing, meticulously rehearsing the dances as written in the book and striving for perfect interpretation. In competition, figure dancers are expected to dance their routine in perfect unison, forming seamless yet intricate figures based on their positions relative to each other.
Swinford Swinford hosts one of County Mayo's largest summer festivals and has done since the mid-1980s: "Siamsa Sráide Swinford", (Fun in the Streets of Swinford). This street festival of pageantry, céilí dancing, and heritage displays depicts the traditions of East Mayo. The five-day festival takes place in the first week of August and features live bands playing open-air concerts as well as a heritage day, history walks and an busking competition.
All Saints GAC Since its foundation in 1975 the All Saints club has been active in promoting the Irish language and céilí dancing. It has participated in the GAA's Scór competitions, winning county, Ulster and All-Ireland titles within three years of its foundation. In 2011 the club hosted the 107-year-old Feis na nGleann sporting and cultural festival, the first occasion on which the Feis was held in Ballymena.
Irish stepdance Other céilí dances are not standardised. In local competition, figure dances may consist of two or three dancers. These are not traditional book dances and are choreographed as a blend of both traditional céilí dancing and solo dancing. Standardized book dances for 16 dancers are also rarely offered. Figure Choreography competitions held at major oireachtasi (championships) involve more than 8 dancers and are a chance for dance schools to show off novel and intricate group choreography.
Irish stepdance Soft shoes, often called "ghillies" fit more like ballet slippers and are made of black leather, with a leather sole and a very flexible body. They lace from toe to ankle and do not make sounds against the dance surface. They are worn by female dancers for the light jig, the reel, the single jig, the slip jig, and group dances with two or more people. They are also worn for competitive céilí dancing, though social céilí dance doesn't have rules about the shoes that can be worn.
Greenlough GAC St Oliver Plunkett's GAC Greenlough was founded in 1939 by Michael Henry, Patrick Rankin and Louis Madden. Despite a lack of silverware during the period, the 1940s saw arguably the greatest ever Greenlough team. Players such as Thomas Edward McCloskey, Jimmy Cassidy and the McErlean brothers (Eoin and Henry) played on the Derry Senior side of the time. Jimmy Cassidy in November 2007 was voted as the Right-Corner Forward for the All Time Star Derry team. The club first major success at Senior level came in 1953 when they won the Derry Junior Football Championship and added a second Junior Championship in 1965. In Scór Greenlough has won two All Ireland titles; in Senior Céilí dancing and in Junior Ballad groups.