Coach breaks to Riverdance
Over the past 21 years Riverdance has been a global success that nobody could have anticipated.
What started out as little more than a seven-minute routine put together for a break during the Eurovision Song Contest has now been watched live by more than 25million people worldwide over 11,000 performances with its first lead dancer Michael Flatley since catapulted to stardom.
Even though Flatley has now moved on to choreograph and direct his own show, the appeal of Riverdance shows no signs of slowing down and continues to bring Irish Dancing to the masses.
Putting your finger on the reasons why Riverdance is so popular isn’t difficult. It still retains the signature elements that made us all awe-struck in 1994 but with an added dose of theatrical effects and stunning projections that add to the razzmatazz.
Expect a vibrant show of traditional and contemporary dances executed flawlessly by a troupe of dancers moving in unison with perfectly synchronised footwork and polished off with colourful costumes. The perfect recipe for a spectacular Showtime break you will want to watch over and over again. Book your Riverdance break today with National Holidays!