ProdiJIG – Irish dancing at its best
Leading Irish dance group ProdiJIG are back with another stunning video showcasing their talent.
The video sees dozens of Irish dancers hot foot their way around an abandoned industrial ground at Cork port, all moving in perfect unison.
Viewers will be thrilled as the dancers leap, run and tap their way across the concrete.
The video was released to promote ProdiJIG’s upcoming show at Cork Opera House, which is sure to excite audiences.
The group are one of the leaders in modern Irish dancing, with their innovative and fresh choreography, they have truly taken Irish dancing into the 21st century.
They first shot to fame when they won Sky TV’s talent show Got To Dance in 2012 and have since gone from strength to strength.
It was ProdiJIG who brought us the greatest Irish dance video of 2015, possibly all time, Freedom. You can see that video here.
ProdiJIG are led by Cork born World Champion Irish dancer Alan Kenefick, and he is supported by 14 of the most talented Irish dancers in the world.
The music for the video comes from Irish band Moxie, and they will also provide the music for ProdiJIG’s run at the Cork Opera House.
Take a look at the video for yourself.
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