ONE of the most successful dance shows is all set to hit The Anvil stage in Basingstoke next month and is one not to be missed.

The international success Spirit of the Dance is ready and raring to go and will be celebrating 21 fabulous years as one of the most successful dance show ever, on Friday February, 4 with their new spine-tingling anniversary show.

The dance show has been seen by more than 20 million people worldwide.

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The blockbuster hit is Irish in origin and will never disappoint an audience, bursting with raw energy.

This high octane extravaganza takes dance to the next level in what can only be described as an explosive fusion of Irish dance combined with dance styles from around the world.

Dance styles that can be seen in the show include Scottish, Flamenco, Latin, Salsa, Street Dance, Hip Hop, Techno Can Can and American Tap.

During the highly anticipated show the breath-taking dancers sound like a runaway express train as their frenzied skill and military precision sends shivers down your spine.

Not one Irish dance shoe steps out of line as they take to the stage and their thunderous feet perform as one, with an excitement that leaves audiences screaming for more.

This dance spectacular has brilliant lighting, dazzling costumes and stunning choreograph all wrapped into one show that promises to make the night not one to forget.

The performers have received many rapturous applauses, standing ovations and multiple sold-out crowds at every performance they have done, Spirit of the Dance is one of the greatest dance shows you could ever see.

The show is also the winner of a whopping and impressive nine global awards and has since been refereed to as the ‘the worlds greatest Irish dance show’. It is produced by David King, a multi-award winning and internationally acclaimed theatre producer.

He owns his own theatres in America, and has an honorary decorate from Middlesex University for his services to the performing arts.

He has hit shows all over the world and was first inspired to create the show when a friend gave him a ticket to see Riverdance starring Michael Flatey.

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Spirit of the Dance was inspired by Riverdance but the show has its own identity as it incorporates all forms of international dance for audiences to watch in amazement.

Tickets for Spirit of the Dance are priced at £32 (includes £4 booking fee).

Contact the Anvil Arts box office on 01256 844244 or visit

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