Irish dancing finds its feet on TikTok
Clare-based group Cairde are just one of many Irish dancing outfits that have turned social media platform TikTok’s technology to their advantage – and reaped financial rewards in the process
Drive along the western stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way on a bright day, and you might just come across Ireland’s most internet-famous Irish dancers filming a new routine. More than 1.9 million TikTok users now follow the Clare-based group Cairde, made up of Ronan O'Connell, Dara Kelly, Francis Fallon, Ethan Quinton, Stephen McGuinness, Brian Culligan and Seamus Morrisson.
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