Lord Of The Dance will be enticing audiences to join its talented Irish dancing troupe for some Dangerous Games for a further three weeks as it extends its run in London’s West End run to 24 January.
The Irish cultural phenomenon, choreographed and directed by the world famous dancer Michael Flatley, transferred to the Playhouse Theatre following runs for the hit show at both the London Palladium and Dominion Theatre.
Bringing the popular high kicking, tap shoe clinking dance form to London audiences, Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games uses holograms, special effects, acrobats and even dancing robots to tell a story of warring worlds as good is pitched against evil.
The production features a line-up of some of the world’s greatest Irish dancers, including stars James Keegan, Morgan Comer and Cathal Keaney, all of whom have won multiple World Irish Dancing Championship titles.
Commenting on the show’s West End extension, Flatley said “I am proud of our cast and am delighted that we are continuing at this iconic London theatre.”
Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games is one of more than 50 top London shows taking part in our annual discount ticket promotion Get Into London Theatre, which runs for performances from 1 January to 12 February. Tickets go on sale on 8 December or MasterCard holders can take advantage of an exclusive priority booking period now.