27 Nov 2021

Line ups announced for Tullamore’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing Again’

The line up for ‘Strictly Come Dancing Again’ this November in Tullamore has been announced.

The line up for ‘Strictly Come Dancing Again’ this November in Tullamore has been announced.

Following on from the overwhelming success of last year’s event, 24 intrepid ladies and gentlemen will take to the stage in the Tullamore Court Hotel on Friday, November 16.

The Launch Night takes place on Monday, October 22 in the Tullamore Court Hotel at 8.30pm. No tickets required to attend the launch all are welcome.

The dancers will be in intensive training for the next month as they hone their skills ahead of an eagerly anticipated event.

All funds raised this year are in aid of the Carers association and Power 4Good

This year’s line up is as follows.



James Hogan - Killeigh, teacher and chairman of Offaly Comhaltas.

Trevor Sheehan – The man behind the bar in the Wolftrap.

James Buckley – Garda and Member of Tullamore GAA.

Ivor Scully – Garda and member of Tullamore Rugby Club.

Denis Kearney - native of Clonbullogue and Carer.

Ger Rogers – not behind the camera for this one

John Kinahan – GAA buff and trainee student.

Seàn Ahern – Tullamore GAA

John Scanlon – Clara and manager of disability service.

Tony McCormack – calls himself a Town Councillor and Fianna Fail member.

Joe Connolly – Restaurant manager and also known as ‘Little Dinjo’

Graham Kavanagh - Garda



Carol Dowdell-Guilfoyle – Brewery Tap.

Sinead Hubble – Midlands 103.

Attracta Brady – Teacher and Offaly Comhaltas.

Aine Treacy – Cappincur and student teacher.

Aisling Bryant – teacher and member of Shamrocks GAA.

Paula Moran-Tahraoui – Owner of Sirrocos Restaurant

Ruth Minnock – native of Scregan and teacher.

June Kelly – Tullamore Gospel Choir and Kelly’s Pub.

Collette Waters – Ballinamere GAA.

Ciara Kinnarney – Killurin, involved in Phoenix Festival and bar assistant in The Bridge

Eilish Crimmins – Lab Technician in Tullamore General Hospital.

Aoife Marron – HSE and a Blue through and through. PRO Tullamore GAA.

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