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Videos of performances from the second day of the Manx Folk Awards 2023, covering song and dance from Key Stage 2 school age children.

The Manx Folk Awards (Aundyryn Kiaull-Theay Vannin) are an annual set of informal competitions in traditional Manx music, dance and performance.

Organised by Department of Education, Sport and Culture, and Culture Vannin, the Manx Folk Awards are held the last week before the Easter holidays at a number of venues including the Douglas Youth Arts Centre, Trinity Church and the Methodist Hall, St. John's.

Videos from other days are available here: Day 1 (KS3); Day 2 (KS1); Day 4 (KS2, Intrumental)

Please note that we have featured all performances for which there is video footage available.

  • Droghad er Ushtey Boirit

  • She Lhong Honnick Mee

  • Arrane Oie Voaldyn

  • Fer ny Clein Click

  • Fer ny Clein Click

  • Fer ny Clein Click

  • Fer ny Clein Click

  • Ushag Veg Ruy

  • Arrane Ben Vlieaun

  • Ladies Jig

  • Men's Jig

  • Men's Jig

  • Gorse Sticks

  • The Laxey Wheel

  • The Moddey Dhoo Song

  • Mish as y Keayn

  • Arrane Ashoonagh dy Vannin

  • Arrane Ashoonagh dy Vannin

  • Arrane Ben Vlieaun

  • Fer ny Clein Click

  • Juan y Jaggad

  • Phynnoderee

  • Dagh Laa as Oie

  • Original Manx Dance - Arbory School

  • Original dance - Skeddan Jiarg

  • Corneillyn

  • Shooyl Inneenyn - Skeddan Jiarg

  • Car y Phoosee - Perree Bane Beg

  • Ben Rein y Voaldyn - Arbory Primary School

  • Rinkey ny Ghuilleyn Baney - Arbory School

  • Flitter Dance Song - Kirk Michael School

  • Hello Little People - Kirk Michael School

  • Flitter Dance Song - Marown Primary School

  • Wool Winding Song - Marown Primary School

  • Flitter Dance Song - Ballacottier Primary School

  • Roll Away - Ballacottier Primary School

  • Flitter Dance Song - Arbory School

  • The Lady Isabella - Arbory School