Lord of the Dance

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games will return in 2017 in a tour that will visit 23 UK cities.

To mark the 20th anniversary of Lord of the Dance debuting, a new UK tour of  Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games, an adaption of the original show, will run next year.

The tour will start on 9th January at Liverpool Empire Theatre and close on 30th April at Bristol Hippodrome.

Among some of the cities that the tour will visit are: Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Oxford, Cardiff, Southend, Ipswich, Brighton, Woking, Guildford, and more.

The tour will feature new staging, new costumes and choreography, acrobatics, special effects lighting, dancing robots, and cutting edge technology including a giant flat screen. The show will also feature new music composed by Gerard Fahy.

The shows will include a mix of Irish dancing and music, and will fuse traditional with contemporary. 

The Michael Flatley Dance Academy will also be working alongside the show to offer pop-up sessions to dance enthusiasts for the duration of the tour.

More about Lord of the Dance

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is created, produced, choreographed and directed by Michael Flatley.

The original Lord of the Dance show premiered at the Coliseum in London 20 years ago, and in 2014 Michael Flatley adapted the show into Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games.

Michael Flatley comments: “Our fans in the UK have been incredibly loyal for the last 20 years and many of my talented dancers hail from diverse parts of the country. 

“We have a world-class cast, many of whom will be performing in their home cities and I am delighted to be able to showcase their remarkable talent.”

For more information visit www.lordofthedance.com or www.michaelflatley.com