A Taste of Ireland

Saturday 27 March 2021, 7.30pm
Presented by Pace Live

Hot off its premiere New York City run in 2020 and with over 120 shows in 2019 across Australia and New Zealand, A Taste of Ireland - The Irish Music & Dance Sensation finally returns Down Under.

With revamped classics like Danny Boy and Tell Me Ma, the show's live energetic blend of well-known tunes, jaw-dropping acapella tap battles, world-class dancing, melodic folk music mash-ups an craic galore transports you through the story of Ireland's tumultuous history, complimented by stunning production and lighting.

Starring dancers from the West End's Lord of the Dance, Riverdance and Gaelforce Dance alongside a treasure trove of Irish Dancing World Champions, A Taste of Ireland delivers the very best talent in the nation.

Experience one of the most prominent Irish Dance shows in the world today. With all new sets, costumes, tunes and effects, we promise you haven't seen anything like this year's show!

With tours lined up in the USA, Canada and the UK, don't miss  your chance to see A Taste of Ireland in 2021.

It's truly 'Celtic - for this decade'.

Ticketing Information
Before you begin an online transaction, please become familiar with our COVID Ticketing Conditions 

This is a Hirer/Promoter show and the ticket prices are set by the Hirer/Promoter.

Contact DRTCC Box Office: 
(02) 6801 4378 or info@drtcc.com.au

Box Office Opening Hours: 
9.30am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday and 1 hour prior to the show.

Telephone bookings are not available one hour prior to the show.

For a truly memorable experience purchase VIP tickets. These tickets include a premium seat, exclusive access to a sound check/dance rehearsal, meet and greet with the cast and a signed poster. VIP Ticket-holders will need to arrive at the venue at 6pm.

VIP $89.90
Adult $74.90
Concession $69.90
Youth <13 years $59.90
Group 10+ $64.90
Subscriber $64.90

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