The All Ireland Pole Dance Championships is Irelands longest established pole dance competition. This highly prestigious event attracts both professional & amateur pole dancers from all over Ireland competing for "The All Ireland Pole Dance Champion” title
These elite athletes will demonstrate through a choreographed routine, the strength and agility that Pole Dance now represents in the field of sporting entertainment.
Guest performances of Pole, Burlesque & Aerial Acts on the night!
Be sure to check out our Facebook group for up to date information and galleries of previous events.
Video entries will open April 1st and close April 29th 2018
Categories; Professional Solo Females, Males, Over 40s, Doubles, Amateur & juniors
Stage 1 - Video entry
You are invited to submit a video entry (minimum 2 mins; maxium 3 mins) along with your application form to firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for videos will be April 29th 2018
Stage 2 - Finals
The top 5 from each category will go through to the final - if 1 category is not filled extra places will be open for the female professional solo.
Not only do you win the prestigious title of The All Ireand Pole Dance Champion, crown, sash, trophy, and some of excellent prizes from our lovely sponsors, the winners from each category will also be automatically offered a place in the preliminaries of the World Pole Sport & Fitness Championships 2018 to represent The All Ireland.
Unsuccessful applicants will automatically get a spectator pass to the event
Finalists to be announced.
This years event takes place on Saturday 22nd September 2018 at Elmwood Hall, Queens University, Belfast.
Summary of Details
Date; Saturday 22nd September 2018
Venue; Elmwood Hall, Queens University, Belfast
Doors open 6.30pm. Competition starts 7pm
Tickets available from June 16th.
Comments or questions are welcome.
We would like to help business boost their presence within the pole community here in Ireland by giving affordable opportunities to publicise their brand, to showcase, sell and promote their business products and services.
This year we expect 600 spectators and 35 competitors alone at TAIPDC.
You can now get a vendor space for as little as £100 & Sponsorship opportunities from £40, with our EARLY BIRD OFFER, available until 31st July.
Space is limited to 10 Vendor spaces and 2 demonstration spaces for those with poles/equipment, so it is advised to get in touch with us via the contact us page as soon as possible if you would like to get involved.
- Tanya Cheung
- Saru A Tuya
- Haelee Reis
- Steven Dyer
- Adain Cairns
- Tamas Sessler
- Jennifer Harland & Lauren Hamilton
- Dawn Walsh & Naomi Walsh
- Emily Strudley & Rebecca McWhinney
- Over 40
- Alex Basa
- Mich Piazza
- Joint Lorna King & Deirdre Carins
- Leigh Lowry
- Jenny Schmiedel
- Thomasina Hagan
- Haelee Reis
- Alexandra Basa
- Sarah O'reilly
- Adain cairns
- Gary cairns
- Liam O'Neill
- Dawn & Naomi Walsh
- Gary cairns & Kelly O'Neill
- Carly Magill & Hanna radzey
- Over 40
- Deirdre cairns
- Hazel scorer
- Mich piazza
- Lauren Hamilton
- Ania Vinogardoina
- Saruul Altantuya
- Female Solo
- Leanne Cummins
- Linzi Thompson
- Sarah O'Reilly
- Dawid Skowronek
- Michael Donohue
- Gary Cairns
- Seanin Ward & Emma WhiteSimmons
- Nikki Sterritt & Ciera Freeburn
- Amanda Moose & Carly Magill
- Over 40s
- Susan Nolan
- Deirdre Cairns
- Magz O'Neill
- Laura Hatchell
- Leah Aftab
- Ella Lockhart
- Technical (Max 20)
- Routine – range of tricks, transitions and floor moves
- Technical Ability of Tricks – difficulty and control of tricks performed
- Artistic (Max 20)
- Musicality, timing and flow– Musical interpretation, rhythm and flow of routine throughout.
- Presentation (Max 10)
- Personality – the manner, enthusiasm and general character of the participant
- Presence – how they engage the audience and judges
- Originality – level of individuality compared to other participants
- Costume – look and suitability of the outfit with routine
2018 Judges - TBC