Our 24hr DanceAthon – WE (YOU) DID IT!!!
A heartfelt thank you to everyone who took part in, supported and donated to the DanceAthon, almost €10,000 has been raised for the Irish Hospice Foundation.
The Riverdance 24 hour DanceAthon in aid of the Irish Hospice Foundation continued throughout the night outside the Gaiety theatre. The Riverdance cast joined in again after performing the show on stage
The Pop Up performance announced details of an association with the Irish Hospice and launched Riverdance’s summer season in Dublin running until 4th Sept
Selected from the elite dancers at the Riverdance Summer School, 12 talented performers make their debut with Riverdance
Riverdance representa la vida de un río. La primera canción, titulada “Canción de la Nube”, invita a la lluvia que cae, alimenta al río y llega hasta el mar. A partir de ese momento, comienza la coreografía que representa su movimiento, transmitiendo la energía del curso del agua y su ciclo renovador. El impactante espectáculo irlandés se presentará en el Gran Rex desde el miércoles 22 al miércoles 29 de agosto, con doble función los fines de semana.
It’s the last dance. After all those years of foot-stomping, heel-tapping, stiff-backed, step-dance prancing, the Riverdance folk are hanging up their shoes. Truth is, it’s only the North American market that will see a hiatus of the popular show.
This week Maeve Fearon is in Chicago. There are more sites to be seen, a hen party, a visit from Dance Director Breandan De Gallai and a lot of green for St Patrick’s Day.
Perfectly timed for St. Patrick’s Day, “Riverdance,” the spectacular display of Irish folk dance, speckled with the arts of a few other ethnicities in its mix, returns for what’s billed as its farewell visit, on view through Sunday at the Oriental Theatre.
WREG-TV Channel 3 – Interview with Riverdance principal dancers James Greenan & Chloey Turner