Dance Limerick Hub CLG is a company limited by guarantee without a share capital. The company has charitable status and is governed by the Board of Directors which meets quarterly. Dance Limerick Hub CLG recognises the importance of maintaining the highest standards of corporate governance in the interest of all our stakeholders. The Board has adopted codes of best practice which go beyond the minimum legal requirements in order to ensure the highest level of transparency and accountability.
Dance Limerick Hub CLG is on the journey to become a Type C organisation and signed up to the Code of Governance and the Principles of Good Fundraising. Registered Office: 1 & 2 John’s Square, Limerick Company Number: 531426 CHY Number: 21251 Charity Regulator Reference Number: 20084448
Dance Limerick CLG | Legal Constitution
Dance Limerick CLG | Code of Governance
Dance Limerick | Child Safeguarding Statement
Dance Limerick | Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy
Dance Limerick | Artist Pay Policy
Dance Limerick | Environmental Policy and Actions
Dance Limerick Audited Accounts to 31/12/2022
Dance Limerick | Privacy Statement
Dance Limerick has a committed Board of Directors to steer and govern the company. The Board of Directors is drawn from dancers, arts practitioners and individuals with a strong passion for the arts. Meeting regularly, the aim of the board is to maintain the ethos and mission of Dance Limerick and to provide resources and facilities for dance artists and dance programming, alongside classes and events for dance audiences.
Dr Michael Finneran (Chair)
Founding head of the Department of Drama and Theatre Studies at Mary Immaculate College. He has worked in drama at Mary Immaculate College since 1998 and prior to his current role, was the Head of the Department of Arts Education & Physical Education from 2008-2014. Dr Finneran was recently nominated by the Minister for Education and Skills to the High Level Implementation Group which has responsibility for overseeing work on the Arts in Education Charter in Ireland.
Contemporary dance instructor, cultural educator, poet and digital artist, Roxy Régine THEOBALD works currently as a PhD researcher-practitioner and guest lecturer at IWAMD-UL. She has been awarded an Irish Research Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship (2022-2023).
Carina is Executive Director at Dublin Dance Festival. She has a degree in Contemporary Dance from De Montford University, UK and is a graduate of the Cultural Policy and Arts Management programme at University College Dublin. She has over 20 years experience designing and producing arts programmes in Ireland. Carina is an accredited coach. She co-founded the Upsource Network, a collaborative arts network which is piloting arts leadership development across 12 performing arts organisations in Ireland. Previous roles include Creative Director at St Patrick’s Festival; Producer for Landmark Productions theatre company; Programmer for Festival of World Cultures family programme and Advisor to the Arts Council of Ireland across street arts, circus and spectacle.
Annette is a socially engaged curator, commissioner, collaborator and Public Art Specialist. Her professional practice includes curating exhibitions; producing public art commissions in a number of artforms; exhibitions and public engagement events; public sector policy development, implementation, evaluation and facilitation; third level lecturing and artist’s professional development and mentoring.
Dance Limerick Policies and Documentation
Dance Limerick Constitution
Equality and Diversity Policy
Feedback & Complaints Policy