“It has been 10 years since Singapore has welcomed Riverdance to its shores, and I can’t think of a better show to open such a spectacular venue. Riverdance really is a unique spectacle of unbelievable talent which I’m sure will capture the imagination and thrill audiences across Southeast Asia” says Milan Rokic, Managing Director of BASE Entertainment Asia
Riverdance Archives for 2010
For the first time in eight years the pounding feet and swirling music of Riverdance, that has tapped its way onto the world stage thrilling millions of people around the globe returns to Australia for a national tour opening in Perth in March 2011 then touring to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
An extra Grandwest Riverdance performance has been added in response to exceptional demand on Wednesday 23 February 2011.
MNET, 567 Cape Talk and Big Concerts are delighted to announce that an extra midweek performance of the original Irish dance spectacular Riverdance has been added to its Cape Town season.
THE WHITE SAPPHIRE BALL won the Award for MOST GLAMOROUS EVENT in Northern Ireland at the IN! Magazine awards 2010.
To be in the presence of Olympian medalists and performing with them was becoming more and more exciting. Stepping onstage to sing “The Heart’s Cry” with Olympic Silver medalist Sasha Cohen performing a lyrical solo on the ice was equally surprising and unbelievable.
Padraic Moyles Riverdance male lead dancer in the recently released Riverdance Live from Beijing DVD, teaches BBC’s Chris Hollings some basic Irish Dance steps. Chris, previous winner of BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing is keen to perform his newly aquired Riverdance steps for the breakfast audience.
Riverdance Live from Beijing DVD and Blu ray is now on sale
Riverdance taps in Jilin, China. Ireland’s popular show Riverdance premiered in Northeast China, pulling the audience out of their seats and tapping their feet to the rhythm. Report by CNTV
“This show is a mammoth not-to-be-missed entertainment experience which we are proud to stage in South Africa for the first time. During the past ten years, local audiences had the opportunity to see other Irish dance styled shows but never before have they seen Riverdance, the original and probably the most successful show of its kind to come out of Ireland in recent times,”
Joan Bergin, fresh off the flight from LA, celebrating her third Emmy Award win with Riverdance director John McColgan and composer Bill Whelan at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin. Joan Bergin along with wardrobe supervisor Susan O’Connor Cave, won an Emmy for their work on the TV series, The Tudors at the 62nd Primetime and Creative Arts Emmy® Awards