Inspired by cultures from around the world, an extraordinary dance and music extravaganza lands in the West End in Heartbeat Of Home, the latest hit show from the producers of Riverdance.
Through electrifying and jaw-dropping spectacle which barely pauses for breath, this extraordinary show pays homage to flavours and cultures from around the world. With Heartbeat Of Home tickets, you can expect to witness dynamic and vibrant components from the worlds of traditional Irish, Latin, Hip-Hop, Afro-Cuban and Contemporary music and dance, uniting performers and audiences in a mission to find ‘home’ – wherever that may be.
Heartbeat Of Home showcases the outstanding talents of 33 world-class dancers and live musicians from around the globe. Artists featured will include leading performers from Ireland, the USA, Australia, Great Britain, Canada, Argentina, and Spain, to name but a few countries. The production is conceived and directed by John McColgan and scored by the award-winning Irish composer Brian Byrne, a frequent collaborator with the likes of Katy Perry and Barbra Streisand.
Powered by lyrics from the award-winning Irish writer Joseph O’Connor and choreography by David Bolger, the production’s creative team also includes Irish Dance Choreography by John Carey, a Set Design by Alan Farquharson, Set Projection Design from David Torpey (for Image Now) and David Mattias (for COSMO), lighting by Peter Canning, sound by Ciarán Byrne, and dazzling costumes by Monica Ennis and Niamh O’Connor.
It’s no surprise that such an internationally inspired show has finally scheduled in a West End run, having visited The London Palladium earlier this year. Heartbeat Of Home has also played to plaudits in Dublin, North America, China and Germany, winning critical acclaim around the world. The heart-stopping tour de force of a production now begins performances at the Piccadilly Theatre.
The show will only play a limited season in the West End, so don’t miss out: Heartbeat Of Home tickets are now available through Official London Theatre.