Irish step dancing can be performed by solo dancers, couples or larger groups known as ceili, according to the Ireland Information Guide. In Irish step dancing, people often have a stiff posture and rapid foot and leg movements. Jumps, hops and side steps are also part of Irish step dances.
Irish Step dancing has grown steadily since the mid 1900s, and more rapidly since the appearance of Riverdance. A beginner dancer can be any age, including adults.
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