The 2013 World Irish Dancing Championships will be held March 24-31 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston.
What does WIDC stand for?
WIDC stands for World Irish Dancing Championships
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Byline: MAURICE FITZMAURICE HOSTING the World Irish Dancing Championships earned Belfast pounds 5million, it was claimed yesterday.
HERE is 10-year-old Ellie Fitzsimmons from Rainhill demonstrating why she will be attending the World Irish Dancing Championships this April in Belfast.
Daniel competes in the World Irish Dancing Championships at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, from March 27- to April 4, 2010.
CIARAN BEST FOOT FORWARD WHILE I was dancing at the World Irish Dancing Championships 2009, my achilles tendon started to cause me problems.
Byline: Derek Brown PRINCETHORPE College student Callum Spencer is jigging with delight after qualifying for the World Irish Dancing Championships to be held in Glasgow next April.
This placing has automatically qualified Rory for next year's World Irish Dancing Championships to be held in Philadelphia, USA.
Rory McEl-vogue-Heslop, 11, of South Shields has come second in the World Irish Dancing Championships.