Social Dancing Night At The Well, Moate

Hi Folks,

If you are looking for a Social Dance Class together with a great night of music, song and dance along with one of the best Bands in the Irish Country Music Scene, then The Well in Moate is the place to be this Wednesday night the 12th of October. Here I will be hosting my annual Social Dance Night for all my Dancing Friends from all my Classes around the Country. This year is a special one for me as I’m also celebrating my second chance at life following major surgery in April of this year. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate this important milestone in my life than to be with all my Dancing Friends and Buddies together in the one place on the one night.


We will be kicking off at 7:30pm when I’ll be holding my normal Social Dance Class. During this class I’ll be teaching Jive, Waltz, Quickstep, Foxtrot and some Line Dances to get you all in the mood for the remainder of the night. Paul Leavy, the man who wrote the classic recession song “Celtic Working Man” will be banging out some great dancing tunes at 9:30pm. Paul Leavy also played support to Nathan Carter at the Moynalty Steam Threshing Festival this year, so he is no stranger to the big stage. At 10:30pm it’s big band time when Robert Mizzell and the Country Kings take to the stage for 2 hours of non-stop, toe-tapping, music, song and dance.

The event is open to all so why not join us for 5 hours of non-stop dancing at the Well in Moate on October 12th. Tickets are just €15 and can be got on the door on the night. If you want to win a pair of tickets for this great event, all you have to do is:

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The lucky winner will be announced at 11:00am on Wednesday the 12th of October. Good luck to everybody and remember Folks, home was never this good on a Wednesday night.

Happy Dancing!

Niall Doorhy Dancer

5 thoughts on “Social Dancing Night At The Well, Moate

  • 4th December 2016 at 9:05 am

    I’d love to know how to dance properly as u said when people go to weddings it’s sooo nice to b able to get up there and dance the night away but don’t don’t no the steps.
    I’m in co. Wexford and wondering Wud u b doing classes near me I cud go to????

    • 14th December 2016 at 5:49 pm

      Hi Sandra, thanks for your message. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to visit your county for the foreseeable future due to work commitments in other areas but it is on my bucket list. Have you got my Dvd on Jiving yet? It has all the basic steps you require to be able to jive. It can be purchased through my website here by clicking on the menu above. Let me know if I can assist you in any way. Thanks

  • 22nd August 2017 at 11:57 pm

    Hi Niall how much are your dance classes on a Wednesday night? Also are kids welcome? Ive two girls..6yrs and 9yrs. Thank you

    • 23rd August 2017 at 10:31 am

      Hi Claire,
      The class is €10 pay as you go. The classes are generally attended by adults but if the two girls are accompanied by a parent and they dance together, I don’t see any problem why that can’t go to the beginners class.



  • 17th October 2018 at 1:06 pm


    Will you be doing more classes in Trim I would love if you did Waltz, Foxtrot, Line Dancing


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