Irish dance spectacular set to be staged at venue
PUBLISHED: 09:51 12 July 2018 | UPDATED: 09:51 12 July 2018
Fotografie Wim Lanser
It is a stunning live show that celebrates Irish culture through music and dance.
And having wowed crowds across the world, the internationally rated Rhythm of the Dance will hit the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft next week.
Featuring world champion dancers, a traditional Irish band, singers, and a gifted cast this Irish dance spectacular has proven to be one of the most popular and successful Irish Step Dance shows on tour.
RHYTHM OF THE DANCE will be staged at the Marina Theatre at 7.30pm next Wednesday, July 18. The show has been performed worldwide over the last 19 years to great acclaim with a spectacular two-hour celebration of Irish culture through music and dance.
Rhythm of the Dance presents the ancient and modern, by combining traditional dance and music with state-of-the-art technology to give audiences of all ages a unique experience. The multi-award winning show has been performed to more than six million people in more than 58 countries across the globe over the last 19 years.
Amy Marie Prior joined Rhythm of the Dance as lead female dancer 2016.
Admitting what she liked best about being in Rhythm of the Dance, she said: “The people you meet on the different tours from different countries and becoming a family with everyone in the show because of the amount of time you spend together. And taking that final bow at the end of the show is what makes me appreciate my job and realise how lucky I am.”
Rhythm of the Dance features numerous national, international and world champion dancers with their dedication to the art form of Irish dance evident onstage.
With their graceful movement and disciplined control they make the complex choreography look easy. With the rigours of touring – often every night of the week – and constant rehearsals and practice, working and re-working routines mean a 24/7 dedication. These super-fit dancers deliver a thrilling, driving performance on stage every time.
Tickets are available from the box office on 01502 533200 or via www.marinatheatre.co.uk