Dúlamán – Voice of the Celts

The most exciting Irish dance show since Riverdance

The spectacular Irish song and dance show has taken Europe by storm. After they reached the finals of “Das Supertalent” in Germany in December 2017, Dúlamán – Voice of the Celts was acclaimed by many as the standout act and Irish revue at the highest musical and dance level. Shortly afterwards Dúlamán was recording album with Sony Music Entertainment and touring 20 cities in Germany with huge success and critical acclaim by press and audience alike.

It is a spectacular 90-minute show presenting Ireland and the Celtic people in their most untamed and passionate nature, and staged in a breathtakingly powerful theatre production. In addition to numerous Irish and Celtic traditional songs such as “Irish Rover”, “Greensleeves”, “Whiskey in the Jar”, “Auld Lang Syne” entwined with folklore inspired pop anthems such as “You Rise Me Up” and “Mull of Kintyre”, the show presents a few pop hits performed in a very special folk-pop-crossover style.

Medias wrote that Dulaman combined fast-paced music, spectacular tap dance and drama into a huge show that hit like dynamite and carried away the audience…

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contact us

For bookings: Diana Grodberg, Co-founder & Booking Agent | Phone: + 356 79773978 | Mail: bookings@livepeople.agency

For general inquiries: Kostas Grodberg, Co-founder & COO  | Phone: + 356 79773977 | Mail: info@livepeople.agency

Address: The Black Church, St. Mary’s Place, Dublin 7, Do7 P4AX | Registration number: 659835


“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ~ Plato