ADARE Productions are filming the 5th Series of the hit Irish dance show AN JIG GIG, and would like to offer you the opportunity to avail of complimentary tickets to the show being filmed in RTE.

The programmes will be filmed in RTE studios in Donnybrook over the 14th, 15th &16th and the 21st, 22nd, & 23rd of May.


This is a great opportunity to come along and see behind the scenes in RTE and enjoy a show of dancing, craic, Gaeilge and fun in RTE.


Limited number of tickets are available for afternoon and evening shows. 

If you would be interested in booking tickets or for further queries please call Kate on 01 2843877 or email


The show times are as follows:


14th May Tue;                   7.15pm- 10.30pm

15th May Wed;                  1.15pm  – 4.30pm & 7.15pm- 10.30pm

16th May Thurs;               1.15pm  – 4.30pm & 7.15pm- 10.30pm


21st   May Tue;                  7.15pm- 10.30pm

22nd May Wed;                 1.15pm  – 4.30pm & 7.15pm- 10.30pm

23rd May Thurs;               1.15pm  – 4.30pm & 7.15pm- 10.30pm


AN JIG GIG…  gives Irish dancers of all ages the chance to throw out the rulebook, the big wigs, their Feis music CDs and take to the stage in the 5th series of An Jig Gig.

In previous series, we’ve had Prodijig frontman Alan Kenefick dance to Beethoven, set dancers jigging away to Lady Gaga, and a Sean-nos dance striptease which had judge Dearbhla Lennon hot under the collar. This is the show that allows all dancers to step outside of their usual competition rules and make their Irish dancing relevant to them.


All the different dance styles are welcome to apply for the series and this is the one arena where rival organisations can go head to head against each other. From a 3 year old An Coimisiún step dancer, to a 79 year old Sean-nos dancer, this series has seen all that is wonderful about our traditional dancing, and how imagination and today’s modern influences can shape Irish dancing into something spectacular.
Music from the likes of Daft Punk and Metallica to One Direction and Elton John have been used by the dancers in their routines in previous series’ and now we want to see what else the Irish dancers of Ireland can bring to a stage where there are no rules.


Kate Finegan,

Audience Coordinator,


ADARE Productions.

Tel: 01 2843877.