Hit show with plenty of spirit

THE international smash hit Spirit Of The Dance comes to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal from April 17-19.

One of the most successful shows ever to come out of Ireland, it has been seen by more than twenty million people around the world.

Winner of nine Global Awards, including Best Choreography and Best International Production, this spellbinding show has smashed box office records in 15 different countries. Theatres worldwide report record-breaking ticket sales as soon as a performance of this thrilling Irish dance spectacular is announced.

Irish in origin and bursting with raw energy, Spirit of the Dance is breathtaking and features a spectacular blend of traditional dance cultures.

Powerful, show-stopping Irish dance combines with the passionate Latino rhythms of tango, flamenco and red-hot salsa to produce a thrilling, heart-pounding production that the International Post describes as “The World’s Greatest Irish Dance Show”.

The world champion dancers of the Irish International Dance Company sound like a runaway express train and their frenzied skill and military precision send shivers down the spine.

Not a single Irish dance shoe steps out of line as the thunderous feet perform as one, with an excitement that leaves audiences screaming for more.

Spirit Of The Dance delivers a foot-stomping entertainment spectacular with dynamic lighting, dazzling costumes and stunning choreography.

With thunderous applause, standing ovations and sold-out crowds at every performance, Spirit of the Dance is one of the greatest dance shows ever.

Spirit Of The Dance is produced by David King for Spirit Productions, the creator of the world-renowned Man in the Mirror, the popular Rock Around The Clock, Dancing Queen and Debbie Reynolds – Alive and Fabulous (which appeared at the Apollo, Shaftesbury Theatre in 2010).

Shows start at 7.30pm and tickets are priced between £14-£26.50. Call the box office on 0115 989 5555.