This year audiences have the chance to witness World Champion Irish dancers direct from the West End’s Lord of the Dance, as A TASTE OF IRELAND – THE IRISH MUSIC AND DANCE SENSATION tours Australia wide telling the tale of the world’s most loved nation in one incredible live performance.

Told through Irish music and dance, A TASTE OF IRELAND explores magical tales spanning generations of Irish storytelling and culture.  This world class show features World, All Ireland & National Champion Irish dancers, and musicians from around the globe performing unique music and dance that reflects pure Irish talent.

Melodic Celtic accordion, alongside raw and rhythmic guitar and banjo, complimented with heart felt sound of the traditional tin whistle, the tunes are Munster born & Dublin raised. Impressive dancing rarely seen outside of the World Championship stage, “A Taste of Ireland” was composed and choreographed in Dublin and is quickly on its way to becoming the new frontier in Irish entertainment.

Created and produced by Pace Entertainment Group, the show will transport the audience to a time and place where tunes, taps and tradition showcase the very essence of celebrating the Irish spirit.

STARRING – CEILI MOORE and BRENT PACE
CEILI MOORE performed the lead role opposite Michael Flatley in “Lord Of The Dance” on tour throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, South Africa and London’s West End Palladium Theatre. Her other dancing highlights include the Graham Norton Show, BBC Proms In The Park, Dancing Down Under and The Wiggles videos. Ceili has returned to Australia and teamed up with her partner, Choreographer and Producer BRENT PACE to perform in A Taste of Ireland. Brent was the Lead Principal in “Gaelforce Dance” and “Rhythms of Ireland”. is a World Medallist and six Time National Champion.

Robyn Stacey: Ray of Light
  • Visual Arts

Robyn Stacey: Ray of Light

8th September 2019 — 27th September 2020

First shown at the 2016 Adelaide Biennale of Australian Art: Magic Object, Sydney-based photographer Robyn Stacey used camera obscura to depict the city of Adelaide as it has never been seen before.

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