The Myra Watters Irish Dancers
The highly popular Watters School of Irish Dancing was established in 2001 by Irish-born Myra Watters, who, after studying her craft in Dublin, went on to tour extensively in well-known shows like “Lord of the Dance” and “Feet of Flames.”
Having competed all over the globe at a host of events and venues, Watters has earned several World dancing titles, and in addition to her teaching, serves as the Worldwide Irish Dance Commission Representative for the U.S. Southern Region. With teacher and one-time student Cristi Cameron, Watters has earned renown for her skills as a choreographer and educator, helping her Orlando-based school garner critical acclaim wherever they perform.
Locals should be familiar with the Myra Watters girls, a rotating cast of dancers ranging in age from 6 to 16, who perform regularly during local St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Crowd favorites whenever and wherever they take the stage, the Myra Watters Irish Dancers have developed a special relationship with Nolan’s Irish Pub. Each time they dance here, the girls draw hugely enthusiastic crowds eager to feel the infectious rhythms of step dancing, reels, jigs.
This June 11, the Myra Watters Irish Dancers will help Nolan’s celebrate their 3rd Anniversary with the Brevard Police and Fire Pipes & Drums and Ennis & Craig.
The Myra Watters Irish Dancers perform June 11 at Nolan’s Irish Pub, located at 204 W. Cocoa Beach Cswy. (A1A and 520, a few doors down from the Dinosaur Store), for their 3rd Anniversary. Enjoy live entertainment and food, prizes, and giveaways. Call 783-8499 for more information.