WHEN she was tiny, Alana Mallon loved Irish dancing. She would dream of the day she would perform in Riverdance for real.
A WORLD PREMIERE at at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre – 21 Performances only. 25th September to 12th October 2013
What a fantastic day on the banks of the River Liffey, 1,693 dancers from 44 countries taking part in the World Record breaking Longest Riverdance line ever.
Congratulations to every one of the 1693 world record breakers who were on the quays of the River Liffey today. A great achievement. Thank you for all the effort, practice and enthusiasm that you put into today. Well done!
At 12 noon on Sunday 21st July join over 2000 people from near and far as they gather along the banks of Dublin’s River Liffey with the stars of Riverdance in this exciting event between Sean O’Casey Bridge and Beckett Bridge
@Riverdance was a big hit on the Carmen Nebel TV show last night. Huge reaction to our opening number was only bettered by the cheers for RD — J Erskine Riverdance (@JulianErskineRD) May 12, 2013 The @Riverdance Flying Squad ladies backstage in Klagenfurt. pic.twitter.com/sYOlernHE1 — J Erskine Riverdance (@JulianErskineRD) May 12, 2013
On the road; one suitcase, one carry on. So what do we pack and how do we manage to squeeze it all in? Well, here in Riverdance we are forced to condense all our favorites and essentials into one small bag. So when we do it, we do it good. I have once again picked several cast and crew members to pour their hearts out and divulge their most personal item which they feel they cannot live without.
Moving onto one of the most memorable moments on tour, a visit to the Great Wall of China in Mutianyu. We were extremely lucky to visit the day after Chinese New Year celebrations since we experienced an un-crowded and sunny trip to this magnificent “Wonder of the World”……………
This has been a wonderful tour of China and I hope you have enjoyed my visual documentation of this colorful, diverse and welcoming country.