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Date Posted: 22:33:34 10/04/07 Tue
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Subject: Totaly agree with you, but there is no museum to do with dance at all here. Seeing as one of the biggest names in 20 century Ballet was also Irish, Ninnette De Valois, we really should have something to remember our dancers by.
In reply to: just a thought 's message, "After reading the post below (about Worlds), I was wondering if there is a museum anywhere in Ireland, that items such as the "old" trophies could be displayed...if there isn't, there should be. If I were planning a trip to Ireland, I would expect to find something/place that would honor the tradition of Irish Dance from its humble beginnings to what it has become today." on 17:24:38 10/04/07 Tue

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