WATCH: Irish dancing group wow onlookers with impromptu show on the Great Wall of China
Not something you expect to see on the Great Wall every day.
It’s always great to see Irish dancing showcased to a wider audience in various parts of the globe and settings don’t come much more spectacular than the Great Wall of China.
A select group of dancers and musicians were in China in the last week as part of a week of music and dance supported by Culture Ireland and to round off the trip, they staged an impromptu performance on what looked like a glorious day on one of the world’s best known landmarks.
Onlookers watched on in wonder and filmed footage on their mobile phones as dancers Jack Quinn, Aideen O'Connell, Eimear O'Connell, and Jordan McCormick strutted their stuff to music provided by Eddie Kavanagh on the bodhrán and Éadaoin Ní Mhaicín on the fiddle.
It's safe to say the audience were impressed and why wouldn’t they be? Fantastic stuff.