Catch up with Sarah in the U.S of A!

Catch up with Riverdance troupe dancer, Sarah Woods while they tour North America!

North America so far!

First two weeks of the tour have passed and we have had an incredible time in Canada. Check out some of the social media posts to see what the cast has gotten up to.

Riverdance Flying Squad Gigs

Looking back on the most recent Riverdance flying squad gigs!

A Great Great Day at the Late Late Show!

Dance troupe member Meghan Lucey takes us behind the scenes with Riverdance on The Late Late Show with James Corden.

A day in the life of … Riverdance’s Siobhan Manson

Siobhan Manson talks to about her daily routine as a lead dancer in Riverdance.

Be part of the first Riverdance Summer School

Riverdance has joined forces with Ireland’s leading university, Trinity College Dublin to launch The Riverdance – Trinity College International Summer School.

Riverdance at Royal Variety Performance 28 November 1994

Riverdance the original seven-minute version was invited to perform at the Royal Variety Performance

Take the Floor 2012

Take the Floor 2012, directed and produced by former Riverdance members Shane McAvinchey and Paula Goulding, is a 10-day event in which a new full scale Irish Dance production will be created, rehearsed and staged by a cast of over 50 Irish dancers from around the world. The show will be taking place on August 15th at the Helix in Dublin, with rehearsals taking place from August 6th at Dublin City University Campus in the 10 days leading up to the show. Currently applications are being accepted online from dancers aged 15yrs+

Early Morning Press Call, Auckland, New Zealand

An inevitable part of touring life and the job of any performer is Press and PR related work. Dancers regularly meet the media, chat with journalists and give live Radio interviews and TV performances in many of the cities we visit. Wednesday May 23rd, 2012 marked a well-planned and very eventful day of Press for the entire Riverdance team

Dancing Magic, Music and Timeless Beauty at the Fox

The audience were on their feet a lot during this production and most deservedly so. The choreography is incredible. Men and women flying across the stage, women linking hands to do a stiff armed chorus line where nothing moves except their legs and feet and those appendages are a blur of precision. The singers are equally polished and wonderful, ethereal harmonies abound.