Irish dancers in return
Seven of the world’s best modern Irish Dancers have combined forces to smash boundaries, heralding a new era in Irish Dance.
Dance troupe Prodijig, led by Alan Kenefick, often referred to as the Michael Flatley of his generation, will perform their breath-taking debut show Footstorm in Sheffield next April.
Prodijig’s powerful performance style has already captivated the UK and Ireland.
The group – who fuse Irish dncing with more modern moves – have wowed audiences and prompted widespread critical praise, five-star reviews and standing ovations for their crowd-pleasing style.
Tickets for the tour go on sale on November 2 at http://www.gigsandtours.com/Tour/PRODIJIG/
Gary Barlow a sell-out
The king of mainstream pop, Gary Barlow, has already sold out his Sheffield appearance later this month.
The X Factor judge will be performing solo material as well as Take That classics.
The Irwin Mitchell Oval Hall tickets sold out the day they went on sale.
After 20 years in the business, more 50 million records sold, eight Number One albums, fourteen Number One singles, seven million concert tickets sold and six Ivor Novello Awards, Gary Barlow is regarded as one of Britain’s most successful singer-songwriters.
He will perform at the City Hall on Wednesday, November 28.
Everything Everything have announced a full 2013 UK tour to celebrate their new album, Arc, which is released on January 14.
The band has just celebrated their first entry into the UK top 40 with lead single, Cough Cough.
They are currently preparing to support Muse as part of a European tour this winter, during which they will play their new material.
Presale tickets are available at http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/promo/7g0n9d now.
Kemosabe will be the next single on January 7.
The band will play the Leadmill on February 16.