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Hot off the back of successful runs at the London Palladium and the Dominion Theatre, Michael Flatley’s Lord of The Dance: Dangerous Games has returned to the west end once again!
For a limited run between October 2015 and January 2016, audiences can delight in the glory of Flatley’s timeless and much loved choreography.
Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is an epic story told through dance. The show tells the tale of a magnificent and magical world filled with beautiful people and glorious dancing. Things are going swimmingly until leaders of a dark underworld tear at the seams of the blissful utopia, bringing fire and chaos with them. Can the Lord of the Dance save the day?
Alongside the epic story, audiences can delight in the cutting edge technology used in the performance such as holograms, excellent lighting effects and even dancing robots! If this wasn’t enough, the show features some fantastic traditional Irish sounds that bring to life composer Gerard Fahy’s score.
The cast of Lord of the Dance is lead by James Keegan and Morgan Cromer, who have both won many major titles in Irish dancing and were trained by Flatley himself. Welsh singing star and former West End Dorothy, Sophie Evans also joins the cast.
Speaking about the transfer, Flatley said, “I’m delighted that London has once again welcomed us so warmly, and to be able to extend the show’s run by moving to the very beautiful Playhouse Theatre makes me feel immensely proud of what we’ve achieved. I am delighted for my dancers that they can continue to perform in this great city.”
Michael Flatley made his name as a young dancer in the late 1970’s to 1980’s, wowing audiences and industry professionals alike with his unique ability to capture the essence of Irish dance. In 1996, Flatley first created Lord of The Dance, a brand that has become synonymous with his name to this day.
Tickets for Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games are now on sale, book now for the chance to see the West End’s best loved dance show.