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Riverdance duo plan landmark facility for north inner-city Dublin

The facility would include a theatre, rehearsal space and classrooms, and an exhibition space

28th January, 2018
Riverdance: since its 1994 debut the show has been seen live by more than 25 million people

Riverdance is advancing plans for a landmark 4,000 square metre facility, including a 250-seat theatre, which would act as a lynchpin of urban regeneration in Dublin’s north inner city.

The facility would include a theatre, rehearsal space and classrooms, and an exhibition space, according to a briefing document prepared by consultants working for Riverdance and sent to Dublin City Council.

The document was submitted to the council last year as a proposal to work...

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