Nadine Coyle will return to Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games for 10 performances only when the production brings its dancing robots, world champion acrobats and rapturous riverdancers back to London’s Dominion Theatre next month.
The former Girls Aloud singer will reprise her role as Erin the Goddess from 13 to 21 March alongside Flatley, who will return to the production for 12 performances from 13 to 24 March.
Coyle, who rose to fame in the record-breaking girl band that emerged triumphant in ITV talent show Popstars: The Rivals, previously took to the West End stage in 2014 during the Irish dance spectacular’s run at the London Palladium.
As well as bringing her musical talent to the London stage, Coyle has also been flexing her vocal chords for the show’s soundtrack and will feature on three of the tracks when the recording is released.
Featuring groundbreaking new technology and a score by Gerard Fahy, Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games tells an Irish folklore-based tale of good versus evil and follows the Little Spirit as he travels through time to help the eponymous noble defend his people from Don Dorcha.
The global phenomenon, which promises to be bigger than ever for its 2015 return, features a cast of 40 performers, with young star James Keegan taking the title role.
Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games will play at the Dominion Theatre from 13 March to 5 September. It will be followed into the London venue by an altogether different theatrical offering, the musical stage adaptation of Elf, which will bring Buddy’s Christmas spirit-packed, maple syrup spaghetti-coated tale to the West End during the festive period.