An Irish Christmas
An Irish Christmas
December 8, 2012
7:30 PM (Doors Open: 6:30 PM)
$56.50, $46.50, $36.50. Senior and Child Discounts available. On Sale Now!
AN IRISH CHRISTMAS We welcome you to a great Irish night celebrating Christmas in Ireland with glorious music, traditional dance, storytelling, laughter and plenty of Irish soul. Join us ‘round the hearth' on this joyful Irish night and celebrate with us the wonder and beauty of AN IRISH CHRISTMAS. A great night to be Irish…and be certain of a grand welcome! Not to be missed! A perfect family event!
CIARAN MAGUIRE and COLLETTE DUNNE join AN IRISH CHRISTMAS performance at Fox Theater, Bakersfield! Known for their incredibly ‘fast feet’ Ciaran Maguire and Collette Dunne of Magic of the Dance fame, join Kevin Horton of Riverdance and the Kerry Dance Troupe on stage in what promises to be an electrifying dance display!
Ciaran Maguire joined the cast of Riverdance at the age of 16. He then went on to work with former Riverdance stars Colin Dunne and Jean Butler in their co-production Dancing on Dangerous Ground, which saw him perform in prestigious theatres like London’s Drury Lane and Radio City Music Hall in New York. Ciaran joined Magic of the Dance in 2001 and is the show’s principal dancer. Over the last ten years Ciaran has collaborated and trained with some of the biggest names in Irish Dance and continues to push the boundaries of his genre.
Collette Dunne started dancing at the age of three. She has won numerous awards, including the Dublin Championships, the Leinster Championships (twice) and in 1999 the All Ireland Championships. In her early career, Collette toured throughout Europe with various shows. She later joined the cast of Magic of the Dance and is now principal dancer with the show along with Ciaran Maguire.
“….music, dance and song that leaves everyone breathless” (The Village News)
“…Magical…glorious Irish music…electric… remarkable….pure joy…a great Irish night”. (The Irish Herald)
“…The capacity crowd nearly brought the house down at the end of the evening”. (The Irish Herald)