Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games Tickets
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Multi award-winning, multi record-breaking The Lord of Dance - Dangerous Games, transfers to the Playhouse Theatre from the Dominion Theatre.
Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games showcases exciting and ground-breaking new technology, world champion acrobats and the greatest team of Irish Dancers the world has seen.
The cast at the Playhouse Theatre will be led by James Keegan and Morgan Comer, who have both won every major title in competitive Irish Dance. They were hand-picked and trained by Flatley himself and have starred in the West End and UK touring shows of Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games. Michael Flatley, who has recently retired from UK performances, is excited to hand over the reins to such talented performers. The score is composed by Gerard Fahy.
Flatley said, “I’m delighted that London has once again welcomed us so warmly, and to be able to extend the show’s run by moving to the very beautiful Playhouse Theatre makes me feel immensely proud of what we’ve achieved. I am delighted for my dancers that they can continue to perform in this great city.”
With all the visceral precision and thrills of the original, Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games features new staging, new costumes and mesmerising new choreography.
Choreographed and directed by Michael Flatley, 40 of the world’s most outstanding young dancers and musicians take to the stage delivering electrifying performances that bring audiences to their feet night after night.
With new music by composer Gerard Fahy, this ‘extraordinary and supremely stirring show’ (Daily Telegraph) combines the best of tradition with all the excitement of new music and dance.
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Age restrictionRecommended age 8+ due to content.
Running time2 hours 10 minutes including one interval
Performance dates12 October 2015 to 24 January 2016. Some Mondays at 7.30pm, Tuesday to Saturday 7.30pm, Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm, Sundays at 3pm
Michael Flatley is not scheduled to appear in any performances. Please note - the optimal view in the Stalls for the footwork is row F backwards. Rows A to D customer will not be able to see the feet of the dancers.
Louise Harrisn24th January
Brilliant the dancers were amazing
CARLOS ARTHUR ORTENBLAD24th January
too much cirque du soleil and too little Irish tap dancing. We expected some real fancy foot work, and what we've got was a rather disappointing performance. Riverdance hands down
Amanda Scally17th January
Really good show well worth seeing
David Fitch27th December
Parts of the show were excellent, other parts were good but not great
Nicky Gilmour23rd December
Absolutely stunning; breath-taking; amazing; awesome; inspiring and totally mind-blowing! Well done to all those participating. Only suggestion I have for the Dancers to encourage the audience to get up and dance (by their seats!) for the last dance, as my feet and legs wouldn't stop all night; we were literally dancing along all night long! The Best Night we've had for a very long time! Well done! it was fantastic!!
Linda Fluharty6th December
What a wonderful show, one of the best I have ever seen, they are very talented young people and should be very proud of themselves.
Margo Holton8th November
The show was amazing. We both lived it and we really liked the Theatre.
mark fryer1st November
Better price then other ticket sites. Better choice of seating excellent. ..
tania evans28th October
Fantastic show, lot of effort put in by performers and crew, such dedication loved it
Stuart Revill15th October
A great show and the free upgrade was a pleasant surprise.
Janet Fletcher31st August
Ordering from London Theatre Direct was so easy and cheaper we had great seats the show was fantastic couldn't of asked for more Thanks.
Heval Ceylan31st August
A big disappointment. The show was cheesy and sexist. Has nothing to do with its origins, Irish Dance. Miss the River Dance.