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LAST NIGHT, Tuesday May 1, at the Black Box Theatre, Galway Musical Society presented the opening night of its terrific production of the musical, The Hired Man, based on Melvyn Bragg's stirring novel of Cumbrian rural and industrial working life in the first quarter of the 20th century.
Members of Athlone Musical Society are gearing up for their 2017 production of hit musical, Legally Blonde.
KATIE AND Conor are 20 and in the first flush of new love. Frank and Maggie are middle aged and in the throes of divorce. Two different worlds, but both in the same restaurant.
On Sunday last at the Solus Garden at Bloom in the Phoenix Park, Emma O'Shea (8) from Ballinrobe was chosen as the Brightest at Bloom on the yellow carpet from 10 finalists. Solus Brightest at Bloom is a nod to Ladies' Day but all-inclusive, open to ladies, gentlemen, children and all sunny dispositions young and not so young. It is not just about fashion but more about luminosity, brightness, and light.
NEW DUBLIN ensemble, One Duck Theatre Company, arrive in the Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday January 26 at 8pm, with the world premiere production of its debut play, The Poor Little Boy with No Arms. A fast-paced, dark comedy-drama, it explores secrecy, control, and the Irish psyche.
The ever popular and award winning Claremorris Musical Society is all set to tread the boards as cast and crew get ready to raise the anchor on their 10th annual production, Anything Goes.
Claremorris Musical Society is inviting people to audition for leading and minor roles in its next production, Sweet Charity, which will be staged in January 2015.
The newly launched Castlebar Musical and Dramatic Society is on the hunt for the best of local singing and dancing talent to star in its inaugural production - Oklahoma!
Next year marks the 70th anniversary of the first show performed by St Mary’s Choral Society; now the Ballinrobe Musical Society. The musical committee spent many weeks deliberating and finally reached the unanimous decision to perform American composer and lyricist Jill Santiorello’s award winning show A Tale of Two Cities based on Charles Dickens’ popular novel. Set in both London and Paris at the beginning of the French revolution, A Tale of Two Cities has a rich mix of comedy, tragedy, conflict, love and resolution, combined with a score that will raise the roof.
Following on from the successful productions of Oklahoma, Back to the 80s, and Les Miserables in recent years, this year the talented students of St Joseph’s School, Rochfortbridge present a musical extravaganza A Night at the Musicals from December 4-7.