Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games

Michael Flatley’s Lord of The Dance offers free dance workshops

Michael Flatley’s Lord of The Dance: Dangerous Games cast offers free weekly dance workshops for students.

Michael Flatley has set up an outreach programme to provide young people the opportunity to dance on stage at the Playhouse Theatre in London’s West End.  The cast of Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games will conduct once-weekly workshops commencing 10 November through to 15 December. In association with West End Creative Learning at ATG, students between the ages of 11 and 18 will be taught steps by the cast of Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games and be given an insight into the world of theatre. Following the workshop, they will be invited to watch the evening performance of the show. A limited number of places will be available for these workshops.

Michael Flatley said, “Every child should be given the opportunity to dance and it is my honour to be able to encourage young people to follow their dreams.”

Flatley’s latest show Dangerous Games has exciting and ground-breaking new technology, including holographs, special effects lighting, dancing robots, world champion acrobats and the greatest team of Irish Dancers in the world. The cast at the Playhouse Theatre is led by stars James Keegan, Morgan Comer and Cathal Keaney. Rachael O’Connor plays the role of Erin the Goddess.

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games opened at the Playhouse Theatre on 10 October and runs until 3 January 2016.


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5 thoughts on “Michael Flatley’s Lord of The Dance offers free dance workshops”

  1. Hi I run an Irish dance school in west London and have some pupils that would love to do the
    Workshops that you organise.
    I’m just wondering how I go about getting some spaces. I only have 6 girls that are 11 and over that compete in competition and they would thrive on the opportunity to take part.

    Looking forward to your response.


  2. Barbara Osullivan

    My daughter would love the opportunity to join the workshop please.
    How do we go about putting her name forward
    Many thanks

  3. My daughter Kaci (age 12) has been Irish Dancing for the last couple of years, she loves competing in feises and has a lovely array of trophies to show off, we were very privaliged to come and watch Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games being recorded at the London Palladium and she was in complete awe the whole way through, to be able to take part in one of these workshops would be the icing on the cake!

  4. Hello
    What a great idea, well done!
    My daughter Irish Dances and would love it. Unfortunatily we are up in Scotland. Will you be doing anything like this in Scotland?

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