Riverdance is a touring theatrical dance show which involves a shedload of traditional Irish stepdancing. It was originally composed by Bill Whelan, a local Irishmen from Limerick for the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest.
Riverdance will be performing 2 events in Manchester between Monday 15th November 2021 and Tuesday 16th November 2021 at the Palace Theatre.
The Palace Theatre is an arts and entertainment theatre based on Oxford Street in Manchester. Opened way back in 1891, it remains today one of the city's busiest and popular theatres, used for musicals, plays, ballet, and a load of other forms of on-stage business. You can fit over 2,500 people into the Palace Theatre, or just under 2,000 seated.
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