Cleverly fusing electrifying music, modern Irish Dance, mind-blowing magic, and grand illusions, this spectacular stage show will be coming to North America in 2020 for a limited tour.  Showcasing a stellar cast of champion and internationally-acclaimed dancers, this show is led by Anthony Street, who played Michael Flatley’s role in Lord of the Dance. Boasting incredible choreography, spellbinding magic, heart-racing music and a sensory experience like no other, audiences will be kept on the edge of their seats and left wanting more.

“Anthony Street will blow your mind with his very own Australian Irish dance production” — The Daily Telegraph

“The array of colourful costumes are a treat for the eye, and the live bohdran, flute and violin bring feeling to their segments” —

Creative Team


Anthony joined the Australian Irish Dance company shortly before 2000, going on to perform at numerous corporate events and venues including the MCG, Hamer Hall (Melbourne Arts Centre) and the Sydney Opera House. At the age of 19 he set off on a 5-month tour that would turn into an eight-year career travelling the world, including a residency in Dublin with Dance of Desire as well as tours of France and Germany, before being cast as principal dancer for Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance.

Anthony’s next dream was to create his own production and after months of stressful preparation, in November 2011 Celtic Illusion was born. Now the popular stage show regularly performs to sell-out audiences across Australia, with Anthony performing the multi-faceted roles of director, producer, choreographer and lead dancer.


Angela is a multi-talented composer, singer, orchestral arranger, songwriter and pianist who composed the incredible contemporary score for Celtic Illusion. Angela’s best known work to date was on Baz Luhrmann’s epic film Australia for which she co-composed and scored additional music for the film, leading to a nomination for an AFI Award for Best Original Score in 2009. Angela was also the co-writer and singer of the film’s love song ‘By The Boab Tree’ which was the first song featured on the film’s end credits and was amongst 49 songs short-listed for an Academy Award for Best Original Song from a Motion Picture in 2009. Her work was also nominated for a number of other national and international awards, including an APRA-AGSC Screen Music Award (AUS) and a Golden Satellite Award (USA).

Before working on Australia Angela was one of only four students nationwide selected to study for a Masters Degree in Screen Composition at the Australian Film, Television & Radio School (AFTRS) in 2007. Angela has since composed and edited music for a wide array of other film, TV and theatre projects for clients including Southern Star, FOX 8, Nickelodeon, The Bell Shakespeare Company, Great Southern Land and AFTRS.


Described by Capital Celtic as “one of the best Irish singers of our time”, USA-based Michael Londra has carved out a remarkable career in Irish music as a singer, director and producer. He was nominated for two Emmy® awards in 2012 for his own TV special for PBS Television, Beyond Celtic.

He was the lead voice of Riverdance on Broadway, can be heard with Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli and Il Divo on the Universal Records album Arias Ancora. He was also creative director and co-producer of Celtic Legends, developing the show for an international audience and tours worldwide with his own concert tours.