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An incredible night of traditional Irish music and dance from Northern Ireland’s finest - Ta Da Irish Dance Company - along with the sumptuous food in the Cabaret Supperclub. The perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!

Ta Da Irish Dance Company presents the tale of the famous song “The Fields of Athenry” like you’ve never seen before! With a talented cast of professional dancers that include World Champions and Principal Dancers from the biggest touring shows, watch as ‘Michael’ and ‘Mary’ find love during the Great Famine.
When the potato blight leaves them starving and everything conspires against them, the strength of their Irish spirit gives them hope. But can they survive it all to stay together? With stunning costuming, innovative choreography and vibrant music, this show will have hands clapping and feet tapping, an incredible spectacle not to be missed!
 
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Cabaret Supperclub

Sumptuous food, exceptional service and wondrous entertainment.

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