Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games is coming to Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall as part of its UK tour.
You can see the spectacular show performed there from May 28-31.
Michael Flatley’s new show Dangerous Games has exciting and ground-breaking new technology, including holographs, dancing robots, world champion acrobats and what he feels is the greatest team of Irish dancers in the world.
A new score, composed by Gerard Fahy, new costumes and special effects lighting add a breath-taking new dimension to the original masterpiece.
The global phenomenon that is Lord of the Dance is bigger than ever in 2015, with Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games on a 200-plus date tour across 15 countries over the next 18 months.
In the UK, the show is performing concurrently in London at the Dominion Theatre until September 5 and on the UK tour until July 4.
“My dancers are the real stars,” said Michael Flatley of his troupe of dancers, some of whom have been with the company for ten years.
He is immensely proud of their hard work and dedication. On the UK tour, Morgan Comer stars as the Lord of the Dance with Tom Cunningham playing the Dark Lord.
Morgan Comer has been with Lord of the Dance since 2012 and starred in Dangerous Games at the London Palladium alongside Michael Flatley in 2014.
He has previously won a number of titles, including the Great Britain Championships, British National Champions, three Ulster Championships, and, in 2010, he won his first World Championship.
Tom Cunningham has been with Lord of the Dance since 1997.
He has won many major awards including several Ulster, British and North American championships, as well as runner-up places in the All-Ireland and World Championships.
He has travelled the world with Lord of the Dance and notes performing with Michael Flatley at Madison Square Garden as a career highlight.
Performance times at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall will be nightly at 8pm with an additional Saturday matinee from 2.30pm.
Tickets are priced at £43.50 - £33.
They are available at www.trch.co.uk or by calling the box office at the Royal Centre on 0115 989 5555.