A straight forward story of good versus evil, which can get lost in other elements of the show and can make it seem slightly disjointed in places doesn’t stop the audiences from having a great time from beginning to end.
Michael Flatley’s Irish dance spectacular Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games returns to the UK early next year, hot on the heels of a world tour. Following a 2015 sold out UK tour, January will see the cast embark on a 23-city nationwide tour celebrating 20 years of Lord of the Dance.
What a first year of blogging for me – but what shows came out on top? Read on and find out!
Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is extending its run at the Playhouse Theatre for three weeks, now finishing on 24 January 2016. Tickets for the new period are now on sale.
How many shoes do you get through as the West End’s Lord of the Dance? Just one of the questions Caroline Hanks-Farmer posed to Michael Flatley’s protege, James Keegan…
The original spirituality, raw talent and Irish charm of Riverdance are all but lost in this flashy, simplistic, clichéd presentation.
Having broken away from original phenomenon Riverdance, Michael Flatley has enjoyed enormous success around the world over the past nineteen years. He recently announced that the coming Broadway leg of the Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games world tour would see his stage retirement. Flatley has not actually come to Australia with the tour, which continues simultaneously in Europe, but his distinctive stamp is all over this production, given that he serves as creator, producer, director and choreographer.
Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games has a new West End home and can be seen at the Playhouse Theatre from 10 October until 3 January 2016, following a highly successful six-month limited season at the Dominion Theatre, which finished on 5 September.
West End LIVE in association with MasterCard takes place in Trafalgar Square on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 June 2015. Now in its 11th year, this free annual event – the largest event of its type in the world – is organised by Westminster City Council and Official London Theatre and offers fantastic free family entertainment from London’s top theatre productions and attractions.
I’m excited to attend the gala opening tonight of Michael Flatley’s revamped Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games. I got a sneak peek recently when a few extracts were performed at a preview event at the London Palladium. In addition to the pounding Irish dancing – performed by a 40-strong company of world champions – […]