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This is the eleventh book in the 'Aspects of History' series published by Dr. John Cullinane.
It traces the origins of Irish dancing in Dublin from the 1890s and it follows the development up to 2017 by reference to over 171 different Dublin dancers and teachers.
It also outlines the major events that took place in Dublin during the period.
2017 marked the return of the World Championships to Dublin, where the event began in 1970.
This is a wonderful book for any dancer who wants to study the historical figures and dates in Irish dancing in the great city of Dublin.
As always, the latest book from Dr. Cullinane includes some wonderful archive photography unavailable anywhere else and taken from his unique archive of Irish dance memorabilia.
Publication Size: A5
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We are happy to exchange or refund any purchase within 30 days as long as the item has not been worn or soiled (please note that this excludes show shoes and any products made to your bespoke requirements - in these instances we strongly recommend that you are confident about the sizing before ordering). We do extend our returns period over the Christmas period to cover early purchases which then need to be exchanged or refunded.
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