Mystical and magical, then again joyful and breathtakingly fast: just a moment ago there is something magical in the air, then the first dancers are already whirling across the stage. By now at the latest, no one can escape the energy of this rousing Irish dance show. Irish Celtic invites the audience to an exuberant evening full of joie de vivre with fantastic choreographies, an outstanding tap ensemble, and a decidedly good mood. A five-piece live band plays enthralling Irish music, from traditional folk songs to fairy-like melodies and stormy dance music.
The atmospheric setting is the "Irish Celtic", the pub of the old roughneck Paddy. The pub, steeped in history, has great times behind it, which its owner recounts with the greatest enthusiasm. Paddy, as a warm and extremely talkative host, leads us in countless anecdotes through the history of Ireland, its myths and legends - from Celtic origins to the present day. Accompanied by true Irish evergreens, the costumes and choreography of the fabulous ensemble illustrate the changing times and prove: Dance and music are the lifeblood of the Emerald Isle!
You might know the Danish «Hygge», but have you heard of the Finnish «Kotona»? It means «at home» and it represents the cozy and content feeling you get when you are cocooning in your own place. If your home is not quite there yet, you can create this feeling of «Kotona» by filling your home with Finnish handcrafted furniture and other home-items from the Suomi PopUp starting today. You also get to have a taste of Nordic cuisine with pasties and cinnamon rolls from the PopUp Café in the same location. You have to hurry though because the PopUp only runs for three days, until Saturday!