- published: 12 Apr 2017
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Today visitors to Dublin Airport were treated and surprised with an incredible 'flashmob' from the cast of 'Take The Floor 2013' and the music of Beoga. An international cast of over 60 of the world's leading Irish Dancers, representing 11 different countries, stunned patrons with their substantial addition to the viral "flashmob" craze. This is in lieu of their upcoming tour across Ireland kicking off at Dublin's Helix Theatre next Friday, August 9th. 'Take The Floor', in association with Riverdance, featuring live music by Beoga is a dance show unlike any other. This brand new departure in live entertainment will not only astound but inspire audiences by showing what can be created when like-minded people put their passions and creativity into practice. 'Take The Floor', directed and pro...
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Almost 40 Irish dancers marked the launch of the new Aer Lingus Regional service from London Southend to Dublin with a stunning display at Lakeside shopping centre. Organised by Aer Lingus Regional, London Southend Airport, Rathbone Perception Media and the McGahan Lees Irish Dance Academy. From 10th May, Aer Lingus Regional will operate three daily return flights from London Southend Airport to Dublin with onwards connections to New York, Boston, Chicago and Orlando. Flights available on www.aerlingus.com
Celebrating 37 summer destinations, 9 new routes and the Cheapest Airport parking in Ireland, Passenger's at Shannon Airport were recently treated with a talented Flash Mob by Students from the Irish world Academy of Music and Dance. Check out our website for more info http://www.shannonairport.ie/gns/Passengers/Home.aspx
It’s said that airports see more sincere embraces than wedding halls. This was certainly true on Thursday morning at Dublin Airport, as an influx of Irish expats returned home to Ireland for Christmas. IrishCentral visited Dublin Airport to experience the emotional homecoming of Irish expats for Christmas... Read more here: http://irsh.us/2i2fouB.
'We came into the airport and the flight was delayed by nearly two hours', said Daoiri Farrell.
Awesome Irish Dancing including members of Riverdance and school children in spectacular Central Station Sydney. Over 100 dancers spread St Patricks Day cheer in Sydney. Organised and coordinated by Tourism Ireland & Jason Oremus, Chris Naish and the Sneaky Steppers crew
Metro North, the high-speed rail link from Dublin city centre to Dublin Airport and Swords, is to go ahead at a cost of €2.4 billion. The revived metro scheme was the centrepiece of the Government’s capital plan published on Tuesday, which commits investment of €10 billion in transport projects over the next seven years.
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