Lord of the Dance in 3D is having a limited one week run in Irish cinemas this week. To celebrate Scannain is pleased to offer you the chance to win a signed poster of the main man himself Michael Flatley in all his fleet-footed glory.

Filmed over five nights, in both Dublin and London, and using twenty alternating 3D camera angles this promises to give fans, and new-comers, a truly unique chance to get up close and personal with the action.

For those who are unfamiliar with Lord of the Dance, and shame on you if there are, it’s a classic tale of Good versus Evil, based on Irish folklore and expressed through the universal language of dance. It’s been on the go for 15 years and has been seen by more than sixty million people in sixty different countries.

To be in with a chance to win simply post a comment below with the name the patron saint of Ireland whose feast day we celebrate this week. C’mon that’s pretty easy.

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14 Responses

  1. James Keleher

    Beannachtái na Féile Pádraig.
    Rather meet the 2nd dancer on the left 😉

  2. Josephine M.

    St Patrick dancing with Michael Flatley now wouldn't that be a spectacular show !

    • Niall

      Patron saint? Yes. Feast day this week? No. Close though.
      Points if you can Ireland’s 3rd patron saint.

  3. Cathy

    I went to see Lord of the Dance 3D at the cinema with my 6 year old son who loves dancing. He thought the film was absolutely fantastic and is now asking for a poster from it for his bedroom wall, so I would really love to win this for him. Ireland's patron Saint is St. Patrick.


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