IRELAND COMES TO LIFE:  A Taste of Ireland  will perform for Stanthorpe audiences on June 25 at the Civic Centre. The tour is heading around the country.
IRELAND COMES TO LIFE: A Taste of Ireland will perform for Stanthorpe audiences on June 25 at the Civic Centre. The tour is heading around the country. Contributed

Irish culture to take over Stanthorpe

STANTHORPE is set to have the chance to witness world champion Irish dancers direct from the West End's Lord of the Dance, as A Taste of Ireland performs on stage in one incredible live show.

Told through Irish music and dance, the show explores magical tales spanning generations of Irish storytelling and culture. The performance features world, All Ireland and national champion Irish dancers and musicians.

"Irish dance has come a long way since the inception of Riverdance and Lord of the Dance, however A Taste of Ireland takes the art form to the next level,” a spokesperson said.

"Audiences will be transported to a time and place where tunes, taps and tradition were all part of the soul.”

The showcase stars lead performers Ceili Moore and Brent Pace.

Ms Moore performed the lead role opposite Michael Flatley in Lord of the Dance to global theatre and television audiences. She returns to Australia with her partner, choreographer and producer Mr Pace.

The show will hit the stage on Tuesday, June 25, from 7.30pm at the Stanthorpe Civic Centre.

Visit www.trybooking. com/book/event.

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