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MPire Creative Pty Ltd
Venue: Orange Civic Theatre
Date: Saturday 28th April 2018  8:00 PM
Prices: Adult $54.90 Pensioner/Student $49.90
Contact: 6393 8111

Eireborne - A Tribute to the contribution of Irish music and dance to the world. 

Created by Maryanne Fogarty an ex international dancer with Riverdance and nine times Australian Irish Dance open champion.

Directed by Nigel Turner-Carroll an Award winning director - Nigel’s credits include The Tap Pack, which has most recently toured to Beijing and Edinburgh Fringe festival 2016, winning The Spirit of the Fringe Award.

Choregraphed by Jessica Prince, the featured soloist in the American tour of Jason Gilkison’s ‘Burn the Floor’. She has performed with this company both nationally and internationally and has performed alongside many international artists including Olivia Newton John, Robbie Williams, Kelly Rowlands, Human Nature and John Paul Young.

What is unique about Eireborne is it's celebration of Ireland's contribution to the world of music - the entire soundtrack is comprised only of songs written and/or performed by Irish artists. Hit songs from U2, Van Morrison, Thin Lizzy, Gary Moore, Hozier, Sinead O'Connor, The Script and many many more.

Renowned lead Irish dancers hailing from international touring shows such as Riverdance and Lord of the Dance are complimented by two commercial ballroom dancers from Burn The Floor. 

Note, the show is completely live and the dance taps are not tracked.

This show pushes Irish choreography to the limits and is fused with contemporary jazz, tap and ballet. The athleticism is non-stop throughout the show as dancers attack the floor to Irish hit songs and will have the audience standing in their seats.

The dancers and musicians are accompanied onstage by a charismatic Irish barman and with a cheeky sense of Irish wit and humour, he transports the audience to his Irish pub O’ Hennessey’s for a pint of ale and a night of rollicking good fun.  

Tickets on sale Wednesday 13 December 2017