Nine dancers from the Irish Dance School Huli will compete in the Irish Dance World Championships in Belfast (Northern Ireland) from today to Sunday, April 17th.

The competition was canceled for two years during COVID-19. The 2022 event will bring together dancers from around the world.

Dancers: Faith Ischler, Savannah Martin, Abigail Kelly, Avery Winters, Natalie Ruff, Olivia Ruff, Mia Kelly, Isabella Carper and Murray Chisholm.

“I am very excited to be able to represent Lancaster in Belfast,” 15-year-old Abigail Kelly said in a press release. Abigail qualified for the 2020 World Cup, which was canceled due to COVID-19.

“We’ve all worked so hard and waited more than two years,” Abigail said. “It’s hard to believe this will really happen!”

Huli Irish Dance School is located in Brownstown, with satellite accommodation in Reading. For more information, visithooleyirishdance.com.

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