Kick up your heels with Spirit of the Dance

Spirit of the Dance heads to Australia with 21st anniversary show

CAN CAN DO: The extraordinary energy of Spirit of the Dance will take your breath away.

CAN CAN DO: The extraordinary energy of Spirit of the Dance will take your breath away.


Show is an explosive fusion of Irish and international dance styles.


IRISH-origin dance sensation Spirit of the Dance is coming to Australia in April/May 2020 with a new spine-tingling 21st-anniversary show.

Hugely acclaimed, the dance show has been seen by more than 20 million people worldwide.

Bursting with raw energy, it is an explosive fusion of Irish dance and styles from around the world including Scottish, flamenco, Latin, salsa, hip hop, techno can can and American tap.

The dancers sound like a runaway express train as their thunderous feet perform as one, with a military precision that will enthrall.

Click on the video for a taste of what's to come

Combine this with brilliant lighting, dazzling costumes and exciting choreography and it's no wonder the dancers receive standing ovations.

Spirit of the Dance also features the world's fastest fiddle player, Oliver Lewis, who has been with the show since 2001 and is a crowd favourite.

Tickets now on sale:


April 21: Glasshouse, Port Macquarie; (02) 6581-8888,

April 22: Civic Theatre, Newcastle; (02) 4929- 1977,

April 23: Riverside Theatre, Parramatta; (02) 8839-3399,

April 24: State Theatre, Sydney; 136-100,

April 27: IMB Theatre IPAC, Wollongong; (02) 4224- 5999;

May 2: Lismore City Hall; 1300- 066-772,


April 26: Canberra Theatre; (02) 6275 2700,


April 29: The Events Centre, Caloundra; (07) 5491- 4240,

April 30: Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane; 136-246,

May 1: The Star, Gold Coast; 13- 2849,


May 5: Wendouree Centre for Performing Arts, Wendouree; (03) 5338- 0977,

May 6: Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne; 13-2849,

May 7: Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston; (03) 9784-1060,

May 8: Bunjil Place, Narre Warren; (03) 9709- 9700,

May 9: Costa Hall, Deakin University, Geelong; (03) 5225- 1200,


May 13: Queens Park Theatre, Geraldton; (08) 9956- 6662,

May 15: Crown Theatre, Perth; 13-6100,

May 16: Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, Mandurah; (08) 9550-3900,