Michael Flatley brought Irish Dance into the global spotlight more than twenty-one years ago. In 1996 he went on to create Lord of the Dance and since those early days, his name and the Lord of the Dance brand, have become synonymous with spectacular artistry and grand scale productions that have mesmerised more than 60 million people in 68 countries around the world.
Sydney is in for a treat this October, when Michael Flatley’s masterpiece – Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games, explodes onto the stage at the Capitol Theatre for a strictly limited time. This international production, with its spectacular new staging, is one of the world’s most successful dance shows and comes to Australia as part of a 15 country tour, following an extensive UK tour.
Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games enjoyed a sell-out season in London’s West End last year and returned to The Dominion Theatre in March 2015 due to overwhelming popular demand.
Featuring exciting and ground-breaking new technology, including holographs, dancing robots, world champion acrobats and 34 of the greatest Irish Dancers in the world, the story is a classic tale of good versus evil, based on old Irish folklore, as well as a passionate love story expressed through dance.
With a new score composed by Gerard Fahy plus new choreography, stunning new costumes and special effect lighting, lovers of Irish dance will be excited to see the breath-taking new dimension that has been given to the original masterpiece.
Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games will captivate audiences with its dance styles that are rooted in the traditional form of Irish dance and have evolved over more than 2,000 years. This latest version of the global dance phenomenon combines the best of tradition with all the excitement of new music and heart-stopping dance, making it perfect family entertainment.
Created, directed and choreographed by Michael Flatley and produced in Australia by Lunchbox Theatrical Productions and Base Entertainment Asia, Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games will be performing in Sydney at the Capitol Theatre for a strictly limited time from 20 to 25 October 2015, however, Michael Flatley will not be performing on the 2015 tour.
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