Lord of the Dance hot foots it to Nottingham
The phenomenally successful fast-footed dance show promises to wow audiences when it comes to Nottingham from Tuesday 10th to Thursday 12th January.
Since its world premiere in Dublin in 1996 it has broken records worldwide and is the biggest grossing tour in this history of entertainment.
A show spokesman said its universal appeal was at the heart of Lord of the Dance’s success.
“Much of the secret to its phenomenal success is that it speaks to all, crossing boundaries of age, gender, and cultural diversity,” she said.
“Its timeless, universal appeal has made Lord of the Dance one of the modern day wonders of the world, a myth to a living legend.”
Lord of the Dance established Michael Flatley as one of the world’s greatest dancers and one of the most innovative and creative artists alive today.
Michael has won 168 consecutive first place dance championships in competitions worldwide in his Irish dancing career.
As creative director, Michael and his team of 20 professionals, including set designers, costume designers, light and sound experts and choreographers, permanently reviews Lord of the Dance to ensure that its high standards are always maintained.
Lord of the Dance performance times from 10th to 12th January are 8pm Tuesday to Thursday and 2.30pm for the Wednesday matinee.
Ticket prices are £25-£35.50 plus group booking concessions.
To book visit www.trch.co.uk or call the box office on 0115 989 5555.
We have teamed up with the Royal Concert to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to the 8pm show on Tuesday 10th January.
To be in with the chance of winning, simply answer the following question.
Q) When did Lord of the Dance premiere in Dublin?
Mark your answer ‘Lord of the Dance competition’ and email it to [email protected] or send it by post to: The Worksop Guardian, 21-27 Ryton Street, Worksop, Notts S80 2AY.
The closing date for entries is Monday 9th January. We will notify the winner by telephone so please do not forget to include a daytime contact number.
Normal Guardian competition rules apply.