Siobhán Manson began dancing in her hometown of Galway with the world-renowned Hession School. For the next ten years Siobhan competed at local, national and international level winning numerous titles. At the young age of seventeen she began her professional career touring with Celtic Legends in France and French Polynesia. In 2004 Siobhán was offered a full time position with the broadway phenomenon Riverdance and spent the next four years on the road with the European, American and Asian companies. After only a year with Riverdance Siobhán was asked to train for the lead role. She had her debut as principal dancer in Dublin at the Gaiety Theatre in 2005.
In 2007 Siobhán took a break from dancing and returned to college to finish a degree in History and English and went on to complete a masters degree in history. On completion of her studies Siobhan returned to the stage when she was asked to feature in an exciting new production Women of Ireland with whom she returned to the U.S. and Asia. In 2013 Siobhan was honoured to join Sky T.V’s Got to Dance winners, Prodijig, on their debut tour throughout Ireland and the U.K that ended with a stint on the West End in Sadler’s Well’s Peacock Theatre.
Throughout her career Siobhán has performed in some of the world’s most prestigious venues; The Kremlin State Palace in Moscow, the Fox Theatre in Detroit and the Pantages Theatre in L.A, to name but a few. She has had the honour of performing for Empress Michiko of Japan in Tokyo, the First Lady of America, Michelle Obama, and performing live for over a billion viewers at the Chinese 2009 New Year festival broadcast in Beijing. Siobhan is a proud member of Breandain de Gallai’s contemporary Irish dance company Éiru (@eriudance) who showcase throughout Ireland and abroad.
Siobhán currently resides in her hometown of Galway and is a registered TCRG with an coimisiún le rincí gaelacha.