Why See Lord of the Dance - Dangerous Games?
Michael Flatley's masterpiece
After dazzling the world for decades with his lightning quick feet, Michael Flatley has hunging up his dancing shoes. However, you can experience his creative dance genius once again through his masterful production, Dangerous Games, goes back on tour for 2018! The show is returning to the stage for select US dates tour after touring extensively throughout 2016 as well as a hugely acclaimed Broadway run at the Lyric Theatre. Although Flatley himself isn't in the production, his incredible energy is very much a part of this spectacular show!
From Riverdance to Feet in Flames, Michael Flatley has been dazzling audiences the world over for decades! Incorporating new technology such as holographs and dancing robots, Dangerous Games is yet another evolution of the form from the man who turned Irish dancing into a global phenomenon. Still as thrilling as ever, this is a chance to see a true icon of dance entertainment!
What is Dangerous Games About?
Dangerous Games sees a troupe of young dancers undertake a dramatic battle of good vs evil. Our hero is The Lord of the Dance, who loses his prize belt to the robotic Dark Lord. With the help of the magical Little Spirit he must fight to win it back, in an adventure packed full of weird and wonderful creatures, fantastical sets and of course, mind-boggling displays of dancing talent.
Performance date: 7 October 2018
Suitable for all ages
And before you stop reading
Michael Flatley is not performing in this production
Cast and Creative
Written, Created & Directed by Michael Flatley
Music by Gerard Fahy
What you thought
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There was some racy dancing in this show for sure! Topless male dancers... more
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