Bride who used to be in Riverdance gives epic wedding performance
Bride who used to be in Riverdance gives an epic performance at her wedding as she is joined by guests who also appeared in the show
- The wedding took place in Ireland, the spiritual home of the Riverdance
- The beautiful performance was caught on camera by journalist Danielle Barron
- She tweeted the video, saying: ‘Here’s something to cheer everyone up’
This is the moment a bride and former Riverdance star gave an impromptu performance alongside other former cast members at her wedding.
The wedding took place in Ireland, the spiritual home of the Riverdance.
The beautiful performance was caught on camera by Danielle Barron, an Ireland-based journalist, and was even endorsed by the production itself.
The official Twitter account of Riverdance tweeted saying: ‘Congratulations Yvonne & Brian, what a great video.’
Ms Baron tweeted the initial video, saying: ‘Here’s something to cheer everyone up… My friend got married on Friday and she used to be in @Riverdance… As did many of her family and friends. It was EPIC!’
The video begins with the bride, Yvonne, managing to glide around the stage despite still wearing her wedding dress.
She is joined by a man who is not the groom.
Before long, she joined by an entire cast of people who used to also be in Riverdance.
Crowds watch on gleefully as the bride and a fellow Riverdancer trot across the makeshift stage
The perimeter of the stage is lined with people of all ages who provide a chorus of cheers along with the pumping Irish music.
Six dancers in initially entertained the crowds at the wedding before a lull in the music gave way to several more dancers joining the fray, drawing the biggest cheer of the performance.
By the end of the video, there are over a dozen dancers on the stage.
The perimeter of the stage is lined with people of all ages who provide a chorus of cheers along with the pumping Irish music
The video gave way to bouts of Irish pride online with many people replying to Ms Barron and telling of their ‘goosebumps’ and similar experiences at Irish weddings – which are renowned for dancing prowess.
John Dunne said: ‘Huge congrats to them all. There’s just something so magical about the music and the dance.’
‘That is one talented wedding party!!! Amazing!!!’ added Dr Niamh NicGhabhann.
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