Lord of the Dance to Be Reprised at West End's Dominion Theatre; Michael Flatley to Be Inducted into Palladium Hall of Fame

News   Lord of the Dance to Be Reprised at West End's Dominion Theatre; Michael Flatley to Be Inducted into Palladium Hall of Fame Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games, which had its premiere at the London Palladium in September for a season that is about to close Oct. 25, is to be reprised at the West End's Dominion Theatre, beginning performances March 9, 2015, for a six-month season through Sept. 5.

Flatley, who starred in the London Palladium run in his final West End performances, is to be inducted into the London Palladium Hall of Fame Oct. 24 — an honor shared with stars including Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, Barry Manilow, Danny Kaye, Nat King Cole, Sammy David Jr, Liza Minnelli, Ginger Rogers, Julie Andrews, Shirley MacLean and The Beatles. In a press statement, Flatley commented, "It was always my dream to bring Lord Of The Dance to the West End. We have had such a wonderful reception from the audiences who have raised the roof at the Palladium every night. I am absolutely thrilled that this great cast of stars and talented dancers will make their new home at the Dominion next year."

Directed and choreographed by Flatley, the show stars James Keegan, Morgan Comer and Mathew Smith as the Lords Of The Dance alongside 40 performers.

To book tickets contact the box office on 0845 200 7982 or visit www.lordofthedance.com for more details.

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