Lord of the Dance returns to Belfast
Lord Of The Dance is a magical adventure of sight and sound that transports its audiences to a mythical time and place, lifting the spirits and capturing the hearts of all who experience it.
Lord of The Dance is now in its fourteenth consecutive year, and continues to shatter box office records around the world. Michael Flatley, creator and director of this award-winning international dance phenomenon, proved his vision that hearts and minds, united through music and dance, cross all traditional boundaries, leaving audiences breathless and clamouring for more.
From the moment the lights go down, to the last encore, audiences are spellbound by a masterfully orchestrated combination of precision dancing, state of the art lighting and pyrotechnics. The musical score leaves no soul untouched. Based on Irish folklore, this classic tale of Good vs Evil, expressed through the universal language of dance. Lord Of The Dance has continually established itself as the No. 1 dance spectacular.
Lord Of The Dance has gone on to receive unparalleled accolades and to break theatrical records across the world. Seen by over 50 million people in 60 countries, the story has thrilled audiences on six continents from across the USA, throughout Europe, Russia, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Australasia and the Pacific Rim, The Middle East, Israel and Lebanon. It’s timeless universal appeal has made Lord Of The Dance one of the modern day wonders of the world ... a myth to a living legend ... Feet Of Flames and Celtic Tiger were also created by Michael Flatley, and he has retained artistic control over Lord Of The Dance, and launched it on an assured and successful future. Today the show is permanently reviewed by a team of twenty creative professionals including set designers, costume designers, lighting and sound experts, and choreographers to ensure its high standards are maintained. There is a constant search throughout the world to find new and exciting dance talent to introduce to the show.
The show will run in the Waterfront from Tuesday February 21 to to Sunday February 26 at 8pm each night. There will also be two matinee performances, at 3pm on Saturday February 25 and Sunday 26.
Tickets are priced at £33, £30 and £27.50 and are available from The Waterfront Box Office on 028 90334455 or online at www.waterfront.co.uk; Ticketmaster on 0844 2774455 or online at www.ticketmaster.ie.