Lords of Strut: Absolute Legends

All their lives, Sean and Seamus have wanted to be famous. To get there they need to make the perfect dance routine, and they need your help.

In this dance fantasy adventure two brothers rock out some banging moves, run into trouble, have a few tantrums, cause a teensy bit of mayhem and find out if fame is really what they’re looking for after all.

Award-winning duo Lords of Strut premier their brand new, hotly-anticipated show for all ages at this year’s Dublin Fringe Festival in September at Project Arts Centre as part of the Young Radicals: Fringe for Kids programme.

Having wowed audiences as the unlikely heroes of hit-show RIOT, and left an indelible mark on Britain’s Got Talent, Lords of Strut: Absolute Legends sees brothers Famous Seamus and Seantastic continue their quest to change the world through dance – one audience member, and one spandex-clad, fist-pumping dance routine at a time.

Fusing their signature combination of dizzying acrobatics, riotous comedy and big heart, Lords of Strut have teamed up with fellow-Rioters THISISPOPBABY to create a fun and fabulous show for all the family.

LORDS OF STRUT: ABSOLUTE LEGENDS is a LORDS OF STRUT and THISISPOPBABY co-production, presented with the kind support of the Arts Council of Ireland, Cork County Council, Pavilion Theatre, Greywood Arts, the Ark and Exchange House.

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Lords of Strut

Dublin Fringe Festival
Fringe Family Programme
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Project Arts Centre, Dublin

  • Friday 8th September, 1pm
  • Saturday 9th September, 1pm
  • Sunday 10th September, 1pm
  • Saturday 16th September, 12pm & 1:30pm
  • Sunday 17th September, 1pm & 3pm
  • Friday 22nd September, 1pm
  • Saturday 23rd September 1pm & 6:15pm

Broadway Baby

fantastic, and absurdly brilliant

The skinny

beautifully-surreal cartoon world

Three Weeks

A Hilarious performance… funny and brilliantly choreographed

Broadway Baby

Outrageous costumes, precarious circus stunts, merciless melodrama… laughs come easily

The Irish Times

An hour of belly laughs

Eile Magazine

If Michael Flatley and Jim Carey had a Sado-Masochistic love child they would be it

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