A taste of Ireland for St Patricks Day

The taste of Ireland.

‘A Taste of Ireland―The Irish Music and Dance Sensation’ returns to Brisbane this St. Patrick’s Day weekend with a performance that is ‘Celtic―for this decade’. Laugh, cry and jig into the night with the show that has entertained thousands.

After having performed almost 200 shows across Australia and New Zealand, ‘A Taste of Ireland, finally returns down under. Experience the performances that have brought the house down night after night around the world as ‘A Taste of Ireland’ wows audiences in 2022. With acclaimed Irish dancers, dazzling folk musicians and contemporary vocalists, experience the raw, rhythmic passion that is the original story of the Celtic motherland.

Featuring Irish tunes that we all know and love, the show’s live, energetic blend of well-known tunes, jaw-dropping acapella tap battles, world-class dancing, melodic folk music mash-ups and craic galore transports you through the story of Ireland’s tumultuous history, complimented by stunning production and lighting.

Including beautiful scenic visuals, glitz, glamour and poetic narration, ‘A Taste of Ireland’ combines toe-tapping rhythms with heart-warming emotion to create a contemporary Irish dance showcase that will leave you shouting for more.

Starring dancers from Lord of the Dance and Gaelforce Dance alongside a treasure trove of Irish Dancing Champions, ’A Taste of Ireland’ delivers the very best talent in the industry.

With tours lined up in the US and UK, don’t miss your chance to see ‘A Taste of Ireland’ in Brisbane this 2023, before they head back overseas.

Brisbane Performances:

Saturday 18 March

Gardens Theatre, Brisbane

4pm and 7:30pm

Tickets: www.atasteofirelandshow.com

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