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Belvedere Irish Nights

Date
Jan 01 2014 - Dec 25 2014
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Contact details

Address

The Belvedere Hotel,, Great Denmark Street,, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
T: +353(0)18737700
F: +353(0)18737776
E: irishnight@belvederehotel.ie

This is a unique opportunity to experience traditional Irish music, dance and food for which Ireland is famous the world over. This spectacular show will give you a flavour of the different styles of Irish Dance from ‘Sean Nos’ translating as ‘Old Style’ to Modern.

This is a unique opportunity to experience traditional Irish music, dance and food for which Ireland is famous the world over. This spectacular show will give you a flavour of the different styles of Irish Dance from ‘Sean Nos’ translating as ‘Old Style’ to Modern.

The two hour show features amazing dancing accompanied by live music performed by a group of talented Irish Musicians. The spectacular show has been choreographed by the Directors of “Damhsa”, Denise Flynn and Jim Murrihy with an original score by Anthony Davis. All cast members have performed both nationally and internationally in such famous shows as, Riverdance, Feet of Flames and Lord of the Dance. They have also showcased their talents on TV shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, David Letterman, Dancing with the Stars, The English National Lottery, the 69th Academy Awards, The Late Late Show, the Rosie O’Donnell Show and numerous others.

The show takes place in the intimate surroundings of the Belvedere Bar with a great view of the stage from all the tables. You can expect plenty of interaction with the dancers and musicians and may even get selected for "audience participation" where you can learn an Irish Jig or Reel step. You will be served a sumptuous three course menu offering a choice of the best in home-cooked Irish dishes. The Belvedere Bar is open before and after the show so you can relax and enjoy a pre and after show drink.

The Belvedere Hotel is located in the heart of Dublin City Centre, 5 minutes walk from O'Connell Street Upper.