Clontarf's World Irish Dance Champion
Congratulations to 20 year old Caoimhe Ennis from Seacourt, St. Gabriel's Road, Clontarf who recently won the An Comhdhail World Irish Dance Championships for the 3rd year in a row in the INEC Killarney, Co. Kerry. Caoimhe started Irish Dance at the tender age of 2 and has been involved in competition ever since. She is the current holder of Dublin, Leinster and World Titles in her age group.
She is a member of the Clarke Goodman Academy of Irish Dance and attends classes 3 times a week alongside numerous hours of private practice at home. The Clarke Goodman Academy is based in The Dance Factory, Charlestown Finglas, Swords and Blanchardstown.
Caoimhe is also a member of Celtic Dance Fusion and has travelled worldwide with them and also recently appeared with The Chieftains in the National Concert Hall Dublin. She has been a member of the Billie Barry Stage School since the age of 4 and has been very privileged to have appeared in numerous pantos and productions in the Gaiety Theatre and also in the Royal Albert Hall London.
The Billie Barry Stage School is celebrating its 50th year in the business with a huge production in the Gaiety Theatre this autumn. Caoimhe is currently in her 2nd year in the College of Dance Dublin and has recently been accepted into the Institute of Arts Barcelona to further her career in Dance and Theatre Studies.