Irish dancing record broken in Cork
Saturday, September 10, 2005
On Saturday 10, 2005, the world record for the largest performance of the Siege of Ennis, an Irish folk dance, was set in Cork, Ireland. It was organised by the Triskel Arts Centre and the local newspaper Evening Echo, and was part of the city's tenure as European Capital of Culture.
The record breaking attempt was immediately followed by an actual dance.
- "Siege of Ennis captures a world record for Cork" — , September 12, 2005
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