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Lord Of The Dance

Closed October 25, 2014

A spectacular new staging with the king of the high kicks himself!

Why See Lord Of The Dance?

The Irish dance phenomenon that is Michael Flatley is back to thrill audiences for one final limited season, before hanging up his tap shoes for good!

This brand-new production, dubbed Dangerous Games, will also feature special appearances by ex-Girls Aloud member Nadine Coyle as part of the show. A must-watch for Celtic dance and Girls Aloud fans alike, this will be one way for Flatley to bow out after a stratospheric career on the stage.


Dangerous Games will see Flatley taking a more background role, as his troupe of 40 young dancers celebrate the drama and darkness of Irish folklore, of which Flatley is a huge fan. Expect danger, stunning dance moves, and a dramatic storyline that will take you through the battle of good vs evil!

This show forms part of a season of short-run shows at the Palladium following the closure of I Can't Sing!, with an aim to pay homage to its variety show roots.

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Additional Information


Previews from: 1 September 2014

Opening night: 3 September 2014


Suitable for ages 6+

And before you stop reading

Nadine Coyle is not scheduled to appear at every performance. Exact performance schedule is still to be confirmed
Michael Flatley is not scheduled to appear at matinee performances

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