Taste of Ireland: The Irish Music and Dance Sensation 2022 will be held at the Wendouree Center for Performing Arts | The mail


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Some of the world’s greatest Irish dancers and musicians will transport audiences through Ireland’s tumultuous history in Wendouree on Sunday. Fresh off its first New York airing in 2021, A Taste of Ireland: The Irish Music and Dance Sensation will have audiences laughing, crying and dancing with a show that has entertained thousands around the world. It will feature a company of over 20 performers with some of the world’s greatest Irish dancers and musicians, including many world champions and stars of Riverdance and Lord of the Dance. A Taste of Ireland producer Ceili Moore said Irish people are known for having the “craic”, which is an Irish word for fun, and A Taste of Ireland was no different. IN OTHER NEWS: “You’ll laugh, dance and sing along with the artists celebrating all things Irish. There’s something for everyone, and you’re sure to leave feeling great. An evening with A Taste of Ireland is truly one to remember and we can’t wait to share it with Victorian audiences,” said Moore. Award-winning Irish dancers Sean Michael McHugh and Gavin Shevlin will perform, while closer to home Dakota Courtney from Perth will step onto stage. Producer Brent Pace said Victoria was one of A Taste of Ireland’s favorite touring locations. “We perform in such a diverse mix of theatres, ranging from intimate shows in Gippsland where audiences can hear every live acoustic tapping, to Costa Hall and The Palms at Crown, where our show doubles its cast and production as we amplify the performer’s energy throughout the theatre,” Pace said. “As a producer, it is an exciting experience to put one of the greatest Irish dance companies in the world on different stages every night as we tell the story of Ireland, immersing every member of the audience in the story of the Celtic jewel.” A Taste of Ireland began its Victorian tour on March 4 in Kyneton and will end on April 24 in Moonee Ponds. It brings all new sets, costumes, tunes and effects fresh from its first run in New York in 2021. With revamped classics including “Danny Boy” and “Tell Me Ma,” the live and energetic mix of battle jaw-dropping acapella tap dancing, world-class dancing, mash-ups of melodic folk music and craic galore transport audiences through Ireland’s tumultuous history. A Taste of Ireland will take place at the Wendouree Center for Performing Arts on Sunday March 27 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are priced at $59.90. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit https://www.atasteofirelandshow.com/ Our team of local reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the Ballarat community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:



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