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Lord of the Dance Coming to Split

 

The most visited dance spectacle in the world, Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance is set to perform in the Dalamatian city of Split next month.

The Irish musical Lord of the Dance, which has performed all over the world in the last 15 years including at the Oscar awards in 1997, will perform in Split on 23 October.

Choreographer and producer Flatley found his first fame starring in Riverdance, but he left the show in late 1995 after a disagreement over creative control. He dreamed of putting together a dance show capable of playing in arenas and stadiums instead of traditional theatres.

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