|Lord of the Dance steps up for Sport Relief|
Lord of the Dance steps up for Sport Relief
Dancers from Michael Flatley’s legendary production Lord of the Dance pulled up their Sport Relief Socks and picked up their heels to show support of the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile in Cardiff.
Tapping their toes in perfect time, the dancers showed off their signature steps, during f their tour, which will be coming to the Wales Millennium Centre from March 6th. Onlookers were spell-bound by the masterful choreography and precision movements, but the show got a little extra kick from 19 pairs of eye-catching Sport Relief Socks. The Irish dancing troupe literally jumped at the opportunity to support Sport Relief and encourage the people of Cardiff to enter the Mile on Sunday 25th March.
Michael Flatley took time out from his busy schedule to support the efforts of his performers: "Both myself and the cast of Lord of the Dance are delighted to be involved in Sport Relief and urge everyone to enter the Sainsbury's Sport Relief Mile in Cardiff on Sunday 25th March and make their way to the start line at Roald Dahl Plas, Cardiff Bay.”
The Sport Relief Mile in Cardiff is open to everyone, young or old, so whatever your level of fitness, make sure you enter now and go the extra mile to help raise vital funds for vulnerable people right here in Cardiff, across the rest of the UK and the world’s poorest countries.
There’s less than a month to go to the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Cardiff Mile, so enter today to guarantee your place at the starting line. It’s a great day out for all the family and the best thing is everyone gets a medal at the end of it. So, on your marks, get set, go to www.sportrelief.com.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 March 2012 00:55|