All Ireland Entries Reminder

A chairde,

A reminder that this weekend is the last chance to submit your entries for the All Ireland Championships in Killarney, 2019.

Entries close on Monday, December 3rd. Late entries only until December 10th. 

Go to to complete your entry.

For all information, please see the All Ireland 2019 Syllabus, available on our website. 


All Ireland Dancing Championships 2019 Entries

The entries for the 2019 All Ireland Championships in Killarney are now open! 

The entries are accessible via  

The closing date for all entries will be Monday 3rd December 2018 at 6.00pm IST (Irish Standard Time). Late entries will be accepted up to Monday 10th December 2018 at 6.00pm IST (Irish Standard Time), at a special higher rate of double the normal entry fee up to an additional maximum fee of €250 per class.

Please ensure you read the syllabus carefully before submitting as all entries are non-refundable for any reason whatsoever after Monday, 10th December 2018.   The syllabus is available from our website. 

Please note that the adjudicators for this event have already been contracted and these judges are required to officially notify any associated parties of their involvement with the Oireachtas. The full list of adjudicators will be published after the CLRG meeting of the 8th & 9th of December, 2018. 


Important update re. All Ireland Hotels

A chairde,

We have just been contacted by Killarney Tourism, informing us of a recent change in VAT legislation in Ireland in the New Year.
On the 10th October 2018, the Minister of Finance announced that the rate of Value Added Tax in the tourism and hospitality sector is to rise from 9% to 13.5%, effective from 1st January 2019.  This is an increase of 4.5%.
All hotels are required to adjust the new VAT rate across all rates, events and business for next year as they must adhere to this new legislation. 
After discussion with the Management of the Gleneagle group, they have agreed to try to absorb some of these statutory increases but cannot absorb them all.  Adjusted rates (highlighted in red for each accommodation type) will therefore apply for Oireachtas Rince na hEireann 2019. 


For people staying in accommodation elsewhere, we would advise you to contact your accommodation provider directly to be advised of what rate you will actually pay next February.
The Gleneagle group hotels will be reaching out to all people with confirmed bookings over the next couple of weeks to advise them directly.
We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause but this is out of the control of An Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha.

Le dea ghuí,
James McCutcheon
Chairman – Coiste Oireachtas
An Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha