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The Australian Irish Dancing Association Incorporated (AIDA Inc.) have been made aware of allegations that have been made and circulated around the world involving alleged gross misconduct linked to Irish dancing.

No members of the AIDA Inc. Executive or Council had knowledge of these allegations prior to their circulation online during the week commencing 3rd October 2022.

AIDA Inc. respects the procedures of An Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha (CLRG) in investigating any allegations made. AIDA Inc. will not make any further statements that could jeopardise any investigation, and awaits the outcomes of the investigations that have already commenced.

6th October 2022


Congratulations to all the Australian dancers, teachers and members who were part of the 50th World Championships in Belfast.

Special congratulations to the four dancers who gained a top 5 result.

Liam Costello – World Champion – Under 20 Men

Luke Chaumont – 4th Senior Men

Will Limbrey – 5th Under 21 Men

Dara McAleer – 5th Senior Ladies

A complete listing of all placings can be found here

2022 Dancer registations

Please navigate to www.irishdancing.org.au/registration to register your dancers for 2022


 Anti Bullying Statement 

- Bullying and unkindness, whether physical or emotional, are entirely unacceptable at any dance school. It conflicts sharply with the school’s principles and will always be treated seriously.

- Bullying is behaviour by an individual or group, repeated over time, which intentionally hurts another individual or group, either physically or emotionally.

- Bullying can take many forms (including cyber-bullying via text messages or the internet).

- If you feel that you are being bullied, or are concerned about bullying, please contact your teacher immediately.