When a tiny girl in red pants interrupted a professional Irish dancer’s performance, no one could believe their eyes.
When visiting a new city, tourists like seeing street performers. Street performers can help tourists understand the local culture. Watching Irish dancers in Galway, Ireland, is a joy. Emma O’Sullivan is the All-Ireland Champion.
Emma O’Sullivan grew up in Galway’s Connemara. Emma has danced Irish music over the world. She’s known as the Queen of Sean-nós, an Irish dance she performs. Emma performs for tourists and locals in Galway despite her outstanding resume.
Emma’s street performances engage residents and tourists who appreciate her elegant dance. During one of Emma’s performances, a crowd member stole the show, but Emma didn’t mind. The prettiest young girl who wanted to dance like Emma stole Emma’s attention.
The performance was on Galway’s Shop Street. Emma shared her “stage” with the prettiest little dancer she’d ever seen. Emma told her cameraman to film the young dancer’s wonderful performance. Emma encouraged the youngster by dancing to her.
The girl watches Emma’s feet and imitates her every action. Once she’s comfortable with her feet, she practices with her hands. Everyone in the crowd watches Emma dance for the youngster when they hear. She’s young, but her dancing performances have drawn notice.
The tiny child starts dancing as she sees her family’s smiles. She gets closer to Emma O’Sullivan to dance with her. Emma and the crowd appreciate it as much as the youngster. Many audience members focus their phones and cameras on the girl.
The audience applauded after the concert. Emma O’Sullivan and the toddler both deserved praise, but the child got it first. Emma applauds the small youngster, who doesn’t seem to understand. The girl looks around and imitates the other kids by clapping. Brava!
What a touching moment for the girl and Emma O’Sullivan. It’s amazing that a professional dancer would tip street entertainers and involve a youngster. The girl’s relatives won’t forget what happened. This tiny girl’s dance career may be just beginning.