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September 30, 2022

Complex choreographies, amazing dance steps, music and 3D visual effects on the stage of the Roman Arenas, in Michael Flatley’s latest production: Lord of the Dance – “Dangerous Games”

Every year, the “Lord of the Dance” dancers bring to Romania the magic of the battle between good and evil and of the Irish folklore, transmitted through the specific dance. One of the most attractive shows of the year 2019 is the Irish dancers’ show, “Dangerous Games”, produced by the famous choreographer and director Michael Flatley, and which will be presented to the Bucharest public outdoor, on June 22, at the Roman Arenas, starting at 8:30 PM.

The analysists of the “Flatley phenomenon” believe that “if there was a Nobel Prize for dance, it should be granted to him and his show”. With millions of fans all over the world, Michael Flatley is seen as agenius of his art, a title gained as a result of his extraordinary choreographic performances, as well as of ranking the Irish popular dance in the world’s highest position.

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games, the spectacular staging of the well-known masterpiece, brings to the forefront the battle between the forces of Good and those of Evil through the dance and state-of-the-art technology. Dozens of fantastic characters will lead the imagination of the audience in a fairytale world, in which good spirits will fight against evil spirits, to win the battle held in the war for freedom.

The show includes cutting-edge technologies, a giant Radiant flat screen covering the height of the stage, special lights and effects, 3D projections, dancing robots, world-class acrobatics and exciting live music, complemented by an extremely precise choreography which will impress even the most demanding expectations of the spectators. After many sold-out performances held on the great stages of USA, Canada, Ireland, Germany, South Africa, Australia, New Zeeland or Mexico, the fascinating story comes to Bucharest, for the first time on an outdoor stage.

Although there are only a few months until the moment of the show, organizers informed us that the Irish Lord of the Dance dancers are warmly welcomed by the Romanian public, which usually buy tickets a long time before the event. Thus, until today, more than 50% of the total number of the available tickets have been already sold, the consistent demand being related in particular for the tickets available at the price of RON 350 and 100.

Tickets can be further purchased both in electronic format at www.iabilet.ro and in the physical network Iabilet.ro: the Flanco stores, Unirii 1 subway station, near the Metrorex ticket office, Muzica Store, Expirat Halele Carol (from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM), IQ BOX – Telekom Stores, Café Deko, Club Vintage, Club Quantic, Hard Rock Cafe, Beraria H, Perfect Tour Agencies, Uman Stores and the SelfPay self-service terminals from all over the country.


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