Celtic Feet was established in 1987 as the live performance side of the Marion Turley Academy of Irish Dance. In June 1996, due to extensive media coverage and the increasing popularity of Irish Dance, The Celtic Feet Irish Dance and Theatre Company was formed. Just eighteen months later, Celtic Feet's full scale dance and theatre show 'An Evening in Ireland' was launched. After a very successful tour of England, the show went on to sell out in Denmark, Finland, Belgium, France and Germany, with the company having performed at many of Europe's most prestigious venues. As well as theatre shows, Celtic Feet also specialize in providing entertainment for corporate events all over the world. We are proud to bring to the stage an electrifying performance of world class dancing, accompanied by beautiful music that will entrance and delight you.
"Irish dancing and music enthusiasts who were not at Torquay's Riviera Centre on Saturday night, missed an evening of pure foot-stomping, hand-clapping pleasure." - Sunday Independent
Celtic Feet entered the corporate entertainment market in 1986, performing at the launch party of the new Mercedes Benz. The company have since established themselves as the leading Irish Dance act for corporate events, with bookings being taken continuously, for many prestigious functions.
Over the last eight years, Celtic Feet have performed at numerous gala dinners, product launches, charity functions, awards ceremonies, incentive events, conventions and banquets. Some events have catered for thousands of people and no event is too small or too large.
Celtic Feet have even devised routines for team building and motivational demonstrations. American Express used Celtic Feet's teamwork ethic as an example to their employees of successful working partnerships. Choreographer Marion Turley and Lead Dancer Roisin Turley-Gibbons have also devised custom routines, for the likes of BMW, Jaguar and Mercedes.
Celtic Feet regularly perform for the Irish Tourist Board, Next, Irish Youth Foundation, Virgin Atlantic, American Express, Jaguar, Mercedes and BMW.