THE THUNDERING OF MORE THAN 150,000 TAPS PER PERFORMANCE DRAWS NEARER!

LORD OF THE DANCE CELEBRATES 25 YEARS

Michael Flatley’s LORD OF THE DANCE

Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

Tuesday 29 March – Sunday 3 April, 8pm (Sun 7.30pm)

Matinee Saturday 2.30pm

Tickets are flying out of the box office to see Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, the new show Celebrating 25 Years of Standing Ovations at the Congress theatre this month, 29 March – 3 AprilCustomers are advised to hotfoot it to the box office soon to secure best seats (or just book online!).

Much of the secret to the phenomenal success of Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance is that it speaks to all, crossing boundaries of age, gender and cultural diversity. It’s timeless, universal appeal has made it one of the modern-day wonders of the world, a myth to a living legend!

For this special 25th Anniversary supercut, Michael has incorporated seven Lord of the Dance performances: Lord of the Dance (1996), Feet of Flames (1998), Feet of Flames World Tour (2000), Feet of Flames (2009), Lord of the Dance 3D (2011), Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games (2014) and Feet of Flames: The Impossible Tour (2020). He explained in a video to fans “Different eras. Different stage sets. Different performers. But all part of the same magic: the magic of Planet Ireland.”

The show features more than 150,000 taps per performance as it transports the audience to a mythical time and place, capturing hearts in a swirl of movement, precision dancing, artistic lighting and pyrotechnics.

The spectacle will feature 40 of the world’s most outstanding young performers directed 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.

Enjoy the uplifting and sensational Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance; Celebrating 25 Years of Standing Ovations at the Congress Theatre, 29 March – 3 April. Tickets £32 – £57, concession and group rates available. Book online at eastbournetheatres.co.uk or call Box Office on 01323 412000.