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One of Ireland’s most renowned actors and performers, Des Keogh, is to perform his sparkling new one-man show My Fair Ladies at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday next (June 24) at 8pm.
THE INIMITABLE Des Keogh comes to the Town Hall next week with My Fair Ladies, a new play which he has written and performs about the many women in the extraordinary life of George Bernard Shaw.
Following their outstanding production of Sweeney Todd, Athlone Musical Society return with one of the oldies My Fair Lady. Last performed in the Dean Crowe Theatre in 1983 by the society, members felt it was time to take a look at some of the more traditional type musicals, and perhaps a musical that had already been performed by the society many years ago.
After launching this year’s production of My Fair Lady, it’s now down to putting this production together, and that means for all cast and crew involved rehearse, rehearse, rehearse. Often described as the perfect musical, this fresh, vibrant, and colourful show is certain to provide the ideal evening out for all the family.
Midway through the intense rehearsal schedule, the cast and crew of My Fair Lady are starting to get really excited as they see a love story unfold, or a relationship that is perhaps more defiant than romantic. Part of the reason for the euphoria is the fact, that this is the society’s third time to stage this production since 1974, and they’re dying to show off their grand and refreshing new musical. PRO for the society Joan Larkin, promises audiences they are in for a treat. “How often do you get to see a classic musical stage with the brilliance it deserves, and cast in a way to grant an audience the additional pleasure of seeing it for the first time?”
The intense rehearsals for the cast My Fair Lady are finally coming to a close. After a long rehearsal schedule, which commenced on January 12, the cast feel ready to present this grand and refreshing musical.