About the show
In a new staging that is sure to pack plenty of surprises, Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games centres on traditional Celtic folklore, following a battle between good and evil. Flatley will take a smaller role than in previous shows, as he is joined by over 40 youthful dancers, who help him to tell the story of Little Spirit, who travels through time to help defend the Lord of the Dance from Don Dorcha. Combining traditional Riverdance with revolutionary technology, expect fire, pyrotechnics, robots and enthralling routines!
Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games features a mesmerising score composed by Gerard Fahy, with guest appearances from stars such as former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle. Originally premiering in 1996, Lord of the Dance has proved to be mind-blowingly successful, with multiple returns to the West End, as well as a five-year residency in Las Vegas. Across the years, Flatley’s show has been seen by more than 60 million people worldwide, continuing to stun audiences.
Devised, written and produced by Michael Flatley, Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games marks his final performance before he hangs up his Riverdance shoes. Combining darkness, danger, desire and lust, Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is a magical tale based around Irish folklore, which is sure to have audiences jigging in their seats.
Recommended forFans of Michael Flatley will enjoy this entirely revamped version of his popular dance spectacular. Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is perfectly suitable for a family trip, as it will entertain people of all ages with its diverse staging.
Age Recommendations: Recommended for 5 +