Stunning new Irish dance show will thrill American audiences
An exciting and original new Irish dance and music show is set to thrill audiences in America.
Dúlamán – Voice of The Celts is about to go on its first tour and could become the most exciting Irish dance show since Riverdance.
The show merges traditional Irish dancing, singing and music. It features brilliantly choreographed routines and great vocal performances. The production is brought to life with spectacular light and music displays.
Dúlamán – Voice of The Celts was put together by Take 2 Promotions who specialise in taking Irish culture shows around the world.
Take 2 Promotions was founded by Seán McCarthy in 2014. McCarthy is based in Cork, and has spent the past ten years working with numerous musicians and dancers in shows around the world.
We asked Seán to tell us a bit about his exciting new show: “Dúlamán – Voice of The Celts is the culmination of almost 2 years of work. We’re delighted to be finally launching the production. In terms of style we hope to be bringing something truly new and exciting to the audience. It’s a powerful production that guarantees to seduce every emotion.
“The show is led by four incredibly exciting young vocalists Kevin, Aaron, Tom & Gavin. Along with the most talented Irish musicians and dancers I have worked with to date.”
You can see the trailer for Dúlamán – Voice of The Celts below, and if you would like more information about Take 2 Promotions then visit take2promotions.ie.
Do you qualify to become an Irish citizen?There are three main ways for a person to qualify for Irish citizenship – through birth, through marriage or civil partnership or through naturalisation. Check if you qualify for Irish citizenship
Did you know?An Irish schoolteacher has created a brilliant YouTube video explaining the history of Ireland in just six minutes. It’s brilliantly done and makes learning both fun and engaging for children and also adults. Find out more.
Have you heard about…Are you a Celt? Or a Gael? Viking or British? Well it might depend on where you come from in Ireland according to a new study. A genetic map has been created by researchers that reveals the impact of immigration, invasion and plantation throughout Irish history. Find out more.
What about this…The Incredible life of Irish American Molly Brown saw her labelled ‘The Unsinkable Molly Brown’ by the media after surviving several disasters including the sinking of the Titanic. Find out more.