The description in the Millennium Forum programme states that the show is electrifying and has received numerous standing ovations. This show delivered exactly what it said, and so much more.
It was electrifying and mesmerising. The skill of every dancer on stage was incredible. It was a hypnotic and amazing spectacle to watch, the synchronisation of twenty dancers in numerous intricate routines was a joy to behold in both the powerful dramatic dance numbers and the many gentler softer pieces. The wonderful stage setting and additional cinematography as a backdrop for the dance created a feast for the eyes, added to by the costumes, a story told in movement and Irish dance and accompanied by wonderful music.
We were exhausted by the end of the evening, from tapping our feet along with the beat of the music provided by four accomplished musicians who played button accordion, uilleann pipes, bohran, guitar and drums, and entertained us with fine solo performances.
While Rebecca Winckworth’s beautiful singing lulled us with her melodic voice, everyone on the stage had definitely earned their place by their skill and level of accomplishment which shone through in their performance. All the performers on stage seemed to be enjoying performing as much as the audience were enjoying being entertained. I really have a totally new appreciation for the dancers and their stamina after watching this performance.
This was a wonderful evening of music and dance. An evening of to tapping and hand clapping along while being totally enthralled at the beauty, skill and talent from the many dancers on stage. The vitality and power of the performances was truly amazing. The audience didn't want the evening to end, we cheered, clapped and took to our feet in appreciation for a wonderful performance, totally enthrall.
If you want an evening of sheer enjoyment, book this show, you will not be disappointed. Titanic Dance In a word, incredible.