Lord Of The Dance plays Dangerous Games at Milton Keynes Theatre

Morgan Comer, Lord of the Dance. Image Brian Doherty
Morgan Comer, Lord of the Dance. Image Brian Doherty

We just can’t get enough of Michael Flatley and his spectacular dance shows.

Latest to tour the UK is an updated Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games that comes to Milton Keynes Theatre next month.

Following a sold out run in 2014, Flatley’s new show has been wowing audiences in London’s West End at the Dominion Theatre.

Now Dangerous Games is on the road and one of the hardest games is predicting where its creator may appear.

Michael Flatley himself is only scheduled to appear in an occasional performance in selected venues while leaving the majority of the high energy shows to a new generation of performers.

He has total confidence in his young and talented touring company to continue to present his spectacular entertainment with total flair and panache.

“These will be my final performances in the UK and Ireland” says Michael.

“After years of punishment my body just can’t take any more! But it’s my dancers who are the real stars. Some of them have been with the company for ten years and I’m immensely proud of their hard work and dedication.”

Flatley’s new show, Dangerous Games, features exciting and ground-breaking new technology, including holographs, dancing robots and world champion acrobats as well as the greatest team of Irish Dancers in the world.

A brand new score composed by Gerard Fahy, striking new costumes and special effects lighting, add a state-of-the-art dimension to the original global sensation that has been seen – and loved – by millions the world over.

Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games plays at MK Theatre April 21-26.

2015 tour dates

March 27-28, 3 Arena, Dublin
March 29, Odyssey Arena, Belfast
April 2-5, The Brighton Centre, Brighton
April 7-12, St. David’s Hall, Cardiff
April 14-16, Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth
April 17-19, Venue Cymru Theatre, Llandudno
April 21-26, Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes
April 28-May 2, Empire Theatre, Liverpool
May 5-10, Opera House, Manchester
May 12-16, Hippodrome, Bristol
May 22-26, Symphony Hall, Birmingham
May 28-31, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
June 2-4, Barbican, York
June 5-7, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
June 9-11, Opera House, Blackpool
June 12-14, Playhouse, Edinburgh
June 15-17, City Hall, Sheffield

An idea of what to expect:

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