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Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games Transfers Amid Overwhelming Popular Demand

By Jacob Porteous

Due to popular demand, following a sold-out run at the London Palladium, Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games, will transfer to the Dominion Theatre next year, running for six months from 9 March 2015.

Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games Transfers Amid Overwhelming Popular Demand

Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games had its West End premiere at the legendary London Palladium in early September with an exclusive and limited run, featuring Michael Flatley in his final West End performances. The show has its final performance this Saturday 25 October, ahead of a World Tour.

“It was always my dream to bring Lord Of The Dance to the West End. We have had such a wonderful reception from the audiences who have raised the roof at the Palladium every night” said Flatley, adding “I am absolutely thrilled that this great cast of stars and talented dancers will make their new home at the Dominion next year."

Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games Reviews:

“Extraordinary” – Daily Telegraph

“Magnificent to watch” – Evening Standard

“A great night out” – Sunday Express

“A 5 star evening of entertainment.” – London Theatre

A spectacular new staging of the traditional masterpiece, and with all the visceral precision and thrills of the original, Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games features new staging including Holo-Gauze™ screen technology displaying holographic-effect projections, new costumes and new choreography. Starring James Keegan, Morgan Comer and Mathew Smith as the Lords Of The Dance alongside 40 of the world’s most outstanding young performers, directed and choreographed by Michael Flatley, with new music by composer Gerard Fahy, this latest iteration combines the best of tradition with all the excitement of new music and dance.

And tonight, Michael Flatley will be inducted into the London Palladium Hall of Fame following his performance in Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games at the legendary venue - an honour shared with stars including Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, Barry Manilow, Danny Kaye, Nat King Cole, Sammy David Jr, Liza Minnelli, Ginger Rogers, Julie Andrews, Shirley MacLean and The Beatles.

Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games at the Dominion Theatre showing from Monday 9th March 2015 through until Saturday 5th September 2015.

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