Ireland’s National Dance Company will come to Bucharest on April 27 to perform the Rhythm of the Dance. This is one of the first shows to be hosted by the revamped Great Hall of the National Theatre, fitted with the latest equipment.

The team of three tenors, the band of traditional musicians, more than 20 dancers – Irish dancing world champions – prepare a show already watched by 5 million people from over 50 countries. The show lasts about 2 hours and is a foray into traditional Celtic dances, a bridge that connects the ancient Celtic art and contemporary art with modern techniques and special effects. Since its creation in 1999, the protagonists of the Rhythm of the Dance led by Mark C. Tynan – the choreographer who created shows for famous Michael Flatley – gathered around them millions of fans and have toured in over 30 countries around the world.

Tickets cost between RON 100 and RON 300. Starting February 4, 2015, they will be available in the Buletoo network, at the shop in Unirea Shopping Center (ground floor, at the main entrance), in the Librarium and Eminescu book shops, in Flanco and Muzica stores, at Sala Palatului ticket office, at Palatul National al Copiilor (the National Palace of Children) and in the BiletFan shop (Unirii 1 subway station). Tickets will also be available online on and

The group will hold other shows in cities around the country:

April 24 – Constanta

April 25 – Suceava

April 26 – Iasi

April 28 – Brasov

April 29 – Cluj

April 30 – Timisoara