Wednesday, 18th July 2012
Over 23 million people have seen the phenomenally successful Riverdance which is currently back in the Gaiety Theatre Dublin for its summer run and Maeve Croke from Waterford is among the dancers performing in this sensational show.
Maeve started dancing for the Troy School of Irish Dance at a very young age. During her years of competing she won numerous championships and Munster and All Ireland Medals. Maeve joined Lord of the Dance and toured America for 2 years before joining Riverdance with whom she is still dancing. Maeve has had the honor of dancing at the Kremlin in Russia, The Great Wall of China, at the Acropolis in Greece, Radio City Music Hall NY and many more prestigious events all over the World.
Riverdance is now in its 18th year has been seen by over 23 million people in over 350 venues worldwide, throughout 40 countries across 4 continents, with a global television audience of over 2 billion people. Riverdance will embark on a tour to South America this Autumn before returning for the 6th time to China.
Riverdance is currently back in Ireland for its 9th consecutive summer season at The Gaiety Theatre performing there until 2nd September. This year the show has a brand new performance schedule which has been specially created to facilitate tourists as well as the local audiences.
The new performance schedule is Tuesdays Thursdays: 7.30pm; Fridays: 5.30pm & 8.30pm; Saturdays: 3.30pm & 7.30pm; Sundays: 5.30pm
Book now at 0818 719 388 or at Ticketmaster 0818 719 300 or in person at the Gaiety Box office or at any Ticketmaster outlet.
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