Riverdance is BACK!
Seen live by over 23 million people worldwide RIVERDANCE is now back for their 9th Consecutive Summer Season at THE GAIETY THEATRE from 26th June to 2nd September 2012.
"One of the defining shows of the past 20 years!" - Boston Patriot ledger 2012
Abhann Productions, the producers of Riverdance are delighted to announce their 9th consecutive summer season at The Gaiety Theatre. Running from 26th June through to 2nd of September, there will be 80 performances over 10 weeks.
The producers are delighted to announce a brand new performance schedule which has been specially created to facilitate tourists as well as the local audience better, and also to announce some reductions in ticket prices.
Riverdance started in Dublin in February 1995 and since then has been seen by over 23 million people worldwide. Now in its 18th year, Riverdance will embark on an inaugural tour to South America this Autumn before returning for the 6th time to China in December where the show will play in 21 cities.
Now booking: www.riverdance.com www.gaietytheatre.ie
Tickets from €10 to €55
Story by EI Team | 09:00 | Monday 14th May 2012 | Theatre
I brought the family to Riverdance with great expectations of dance & music costing €170. The dancing was good although towards the end I was a bit tired of the clickity-clack. The girl performing the Spanish dance routines was excellent, its a pity the producers couldn't cough up a 'Live' Spanish guitarist instead of the canned version. Speaking of Live musicians, the percussionist and violinist were outstanding, as was the tenor saxophonist but he wasn't exactly "live", I think he needed a prod or two to move him! The most disappointing aspect was the canned music, what a shame. It was awful. I'm sure there are musicians out there looking for work. Maybe the producers can't afford it. For those who have seen the original Riverdance in the Point, this production is a major let down. For first timers I'm sure they will enjoy it. The audience last night gave it a standing ovation. P.S. When did Theatres start allowing alcohol to be consumed during performances?Posted 08:15 | Sat 1st Sep 2012
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