The Manning School of Irish Dancing was founded in 2007 by Sarah Manning-Hull, who is certified to teach and adjudicate by the Irish Dance Commission in Dublin, Ireland.
The goal was to promote Irish Dancing culture through music and dance. Sarah is supported by her sister Teresa (Terri) who is also a qualified teacher.
Sarah Manning-Hull ADCRG
Sarah started dancing at the age of 5, competing at the very highest level. She was lead dancer in Las Vegas for Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance for 6 years, and then finished off in Riverdance. After qualifying as a teacher of Irish dancing, Sarah founded the Manning School of Irish Dance. Sarah is also a qualified adjudicator.
Teresa Manning TCRG
Terri has also been dancing since the age of 5, and after competing at a high level left to pursue a career in Radio and Sales. She resumed dancing a few years ago, became a qualified teacher and now helps run the Manning School of Irish Dance.
As a member certified school, our dancers are eligible to participate in Irish Feisanna if they wish. We offer a dynamic and challenging learning environment for ages 4+, where proper technique is emphasised and a love of dance is nurtured. We provide performance opportunities to all dancers from beginning to championship level.