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WATCH: Riverdance comes together to thank frontline workers


By Erin Lindsay
07th May 2020
WATCH: Riverdance comes together to thank frontline workers

It’s the music we all know and love, and now, Riverdance are dedicating it to a deserving audience


We’re all looking for ways to let frontline workers know how much we appreciate them during this difficult time. Whether it’s through social media, artworks in our windows or donations, both big and small names have been dedicating their time and efforts to frontline workers. And now, some familiar sounds are being dedicated to the Covid-19 frontline.

The dancers who make up Riverdance, from their separate homes, have created a YouTube video together to dedicate to frontline workers during the pandemic.

From their homes in Ireland, the UK, USA, Canada, Spain, Australia, Moldova, Ukraine and Russia, the dancers, many of whom have swapped their usual costumes for scrubs to pitch in with the efforts against Covid-19, have come together to give a special performance. Watch it in full below: