A theatre performance about Irish dance – coming to London in August!
The Bad Arm is a one-hour comedy about growing up Irish dancing. It’s suitable for everyone age 12 and over and you don’t have to be Irish or a dancer to enjoy it (however, if you’ve experienced the world of Irish dancing, this is a must-see!)
Máire Clerkin’s hit show about the underbelly of Irish Dancing, has been touring North America since 2008 and played in Dublin and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Now finally, it will appear in London’s West End during the first week of August.
The story is set in Máire’s native North London – a snapshot of London-Irish life in the 1970s. Catch it while you can – it’s playing at Tristan Bates Theatre in Covent Garden as part of the Camden Fringe.