Lords of Strut gearing up for Dublin Fringe

With their quirky blend of dance, comedy and acrobatics, the Lords of Strut have gone from circus performances to Britain’s Got Talent, writes Nadine O’Regan

3rd September, 2017
The Lords of Strut:, from top: Cormac Mohally and Cian Kinsella Pic: Fergal Phillips

Cian Kinsella can easily pinpoint the moment he knew his act The Lords of Strut had started to gain traction with the general public.

“I was walking through Cork,” Kinsella says, “and a boyo comes up. He was like, ‘You were only brilliant on Britain’s Got Talent. I watched you in jail. Let’s get a photo of ourselves together’.” Kinsella grins. “I’m trying to picture this boyo watching Britain’s Got Talent in his cell or...

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