Nadine Coyle to star in Lord of the Dance for 10 performances only!
Nadine Coyle will reprise the role of Erin the Goddess in Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games at the Dominion Theatre, London for 10 performances only from 13 to 21 March.
Nadine Coyle was one fifth of the pop group Girls Aloud, whose record-breaking success included over 4.3 million singles sales and 4 million albums sales in the UK alone. The band had four number one singles, two number one albums and won the 2009 Brit Award for Best Single for ‘The Promise’. Nadine released her debut solo album in 2010 and will be releasing her second solo album later this year.
Nadine features on the soundtrack of Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games, which features all the music from the stage show, including three original vocal tracks performed by Nadine. The soundtrack will be available soon.
Michael Flatley will be making a special appearance in Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games at the Dominion Theatre from 13 to 24 March, paving the way for new young superstar James Keegan, who will be performing the lead role of Lord of the Dance.
The global phenomenon that is Lord of the Dance will be bigger than ever in 2015, with Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games on a 200-plus date tour across 15 countries over the next 18 months. In the UK, the show will be performing concurrently in London at the Dominion Theatre from 13 March to 5 September and on a UK Tour from 2 April to 4 July.
Flatley will be performing at the 3 Arena in Dublin and the Odyssey Arena in Belfast at the end of March. Nadine Coyle will join him on these Irish dates. His only performances in the multi-date UK tour will be at the Brighton Centre from 2 to 5 April, where the tour begins, and at the Wembley Arena on 4 July, where the tour ends.
Flatley’s new show Dangerous Games has exciting and ground-breaking new technology, including holographs, dancing robots, world champion acrobats and the greatest team of Irish Dancers in the world. A new score composed by Gerard Fahy, new costumes and special effects lighting add a breath-taking new dimension to the original masterpiece.
Lord of the Dance is playing at the Dominion Theatre 13 March to 5 September 2015. Click here for more information and to book tickets.
Photo credit: Brian Doherty
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