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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Let's Dance

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'People are dying to dance': Entertainment industry gears up as restrictions on live music ease
Those working in the sector have said the full return to work will not happen instantly.
Those working in the sector have already seen an increase in demand since the government announcement, Michelle Hennessy reports.
The industry has said the PUP should continue to be available for workers in the industry until they can return to full employment.
Travel rules for US tourists to Ireland unchanged despite EU decision to remove from safe list
WHO monitoring new coronavirus variant named 'Mu'
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil to meet for preliminary talks around government formation today
The two parties will both meet with the Green Party separately later this week.
Big upset at Leopardstown as Gordon Elliott's horse takes the Ryanair hurdle while Faugheen pulls up
Elliott also scored a one-two in the Neville Hotels Novice Chase on Friday.
Ruby Walsh taken to hospital with suspected broken leg following fall at Punchestown
The 38-year-old jockey was taken to hospital following a suspected leg break on Saturday.
Novak Djokovic treated the crowd to a bit of Phil Collins after his win at the US Open last night
The defending champion struggled through this first round encounter.
There's going to be a big David Bowie singalong in this Dublin pub next weekend
Assemble, Bowie fans.
David Bowie is writing a musical with an Irish playwright
*Frantically searches for tickets*
Bounden: the app that tricks users into performing ballet
Yes, there’s an app for that.
Cork TD Jonathan O'Brien got down with his bad self for charity last night
Dance like nobody’s watching, Deputy.
Do you want to dance live on stage at this year's Eurovision?
If you’re the type that faints at the thought of dancing in front of a huge crowd, this probably isn’t for you.
Guy teaches himself to dance in a year, films it all
You put your left foot in, your left foot out…
Beyoncé gives pupils a little lesson... in bootyliciousness
The pop superstar put in a surprise appearance as unsuspecting schoolkids got their groove on
Here's how Ireland should respond to the haka
There may be murder on the dancefloor if Declan Kidney’s men react incorrectly to the visitors’ haka.
Which is your favourite haka?
We all perform the bar-counter haka and the where’s-my-car-keys haka, but here’s five of the best on-field versions.