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Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games at the Dominion Theatre

Sunday, 16th Nov 2014  

The Popular Show at the London Palladium Transferring to the Former Home of We Will Rock You this March

It recently entertained audiences at the London Palladium, with new additions to its original version to attract new crowds, and now Lord Of The Dance heads to the Dominion Theatre with a run from March 2015. The latest version of Michael Flatley’s phenomenally successful stage show is set to replace White Christmas at the venue after its world tour, which sees it head to various countries over the winter season

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games has its basis in the folklore of Ireland and we follow the Little Spirit as he makes his way through the ages, along the way helping the Lord of the Dance. The latter must defend himself from Don Dorcha and Planet Ireland, with Little Spirit aiding him in his quest. It has proven to be a story that resonates with audiences and as a result it has been seen by enormous crowds all over the world since it was first staged in Ireland back in 1996.

Michael Flatley has presented many different shows over the years and whilst he does not have a starring role in Dangerous Games, he still makes it to the stage in a smaller part. In addition to Lord Of The Dance, the dancer has made a name for himself for various other stage productions as well, including the monumentally famous Riverdance, plus Feet Of Flames and Celtic Tiger. He has also released albums as a flute performer such as On A Different Note in 2011.

With Lord Of The Dance, however, he made a big mark worldwide with Lord Of The Dance. It premiered at the Point Theatre, Dublin, in 1996 and has since been staged around the word in locations between London and Las Vegas, among others. Dangerous Games seems to prove that this popularity is showing no signs of slowing down.

Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games is at the Dominion Theatre, the current home of Evita, from Friday 13th March 2015 to Saturday 5th September 2015.

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