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See all the spectacular pictures from the 'Lord of the Dance Dangerous Games Tour', and celebrate its creator, Michael Flatley as he announces his retirement...
Lord Of The Dance has become well-known around the world for it's energetic Irish dancing and show-stopping productions.
Creator, Michael Flatley has announced that after the Lord Of The Dance Dangerous Games tour he will retire, telling the Independent: “This old body of mine is battered from all the years dancing in shows around the world,”.
The original Lord Of The Dance will perform in the last two dance acts of 'Dangerous Games', saying: “I don’t think I could attempt to dance an entire show."
'Dangerous Games' has a new score composed by Gerard Fahy, as well as new costumes, special effect holographs and dancing robots.
Michael Flatley's swansong will pave the way for new dancer, James Keegan to take centre stage as he takes on the leading role in the Lord Of The Dance.
The Lord Of The Dance revolutionised Irish dancing by incorporating upper body movement and creating edgy rhythm patterns that departed from the traditional.
His Lord Of The Dance show broke box office records and he went onto produce 'Feet Of Flames' and 'Celtic Tiger'.
The young dancer has been setting the stage on fire with her moves.
At the age of 39, Michael Flatley exceeded his first Guinness World Record of 28 taps per second with a phenomenal 35 taps per second.
Over the years countless fans have come to embrace Flatley's motto that “nothing is impossible…follow your dreams”.