Students with Steel School of Irish Dance perform at Bell Performing Arts Centre on Saturday, Feb. 8. (submitted photo)

PHOTOS: Steel School Irish dancers hit Surrey stage for ‘Winter’ showcase

World championship-level dancers among those featured on Saturday

Traditional and modern Irish dance choreography was featured at Surrey’s Bell Performing Arts Centre on Saturday (Feb. 8).

That evening, Cloverdale-based Steel School of Irish Dance staged its Winter Performance 2020 showcase at the theatre inside Sullivan Heights Secondary.

The show was a chance to celebrate the achievements of Steel students, from beginner to world championship-level dancers.

Scroll down to see some photos from the show.

Looking ahead, the school’s dancers will be featured during a Celtic Fest event planned at the Museum of Surrey on Saturday, March 7, with a performance time of 1:45 p.m. at 17710 56A Ave.

Online, visit the school at steelschoolofirishdance.com.

• READ MORE, from 2018: VIDEO: Irish dancers hit floor hard to prep for annual show in Surrey.



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Students with Steel School of Irish Dance perform at Bell Performing Arts Centre on Saturday, Feb. 8. (submitted photo)

Students with Steel School of Irish Dance perform at Bell Performing Arts Centre on Saturday, Feb. 8. (submitted photo)

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