Seasons of Love, a joyful, spectacular music and dance production will get its world premiere in the West End at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on March 1.
The musical poignantly portrays three love stories over the four seasons of the year and different stages of life.
Present day Ireland’s beautiful scenery is the backdrop to this modern artistic interpretation of love through the seasons.
Seasons of Love is an exhilarating blend of original music and songs, choreography, video projections, body mapping and hi-tech visuals.
It celebrates the breathless thrill of youthful encounters, the heartrending sorrow of separation, mature love lost and rekindled, and the blissful exuberance of an Irish wedding.
It is directed and choreographed by Gareth Walker who worked on the 2012 closing ceremony for the London Olympics and Paralympics, where he was the Associate Director.
Composer Brendan Larrissey is a champion fiddle player and comes from Dundalk, County Louth. He has been involved in running the first International Fiddle Festival in Ireland and runs his own fiddle school in Galway.
Tickets are now on sale.