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It is a long time since Castlebar pantomime performed a show based on a nursery rhyme, the last one being Mother Hubbard in 1999, Mother Goose of 1993 is only associated with nursery rhymes, which then leaves Ole King Cole in 1990, making a Castlebar pantomime based around a nursery rhyme a bit of rarity and in the case of Sing A Song Of Sixpence a rather brilliant show!
COISCÉIM DANCE Theatre is celebrating 15 years of award-winning productions this year and to mark the occasion it is bringing two new dance works, As You Are and Faun, around the country.
A leading west of Ireland musical society has launched a novel search for as many Grace O’Malleys as it can find – and it’s all to do with its forthcoming show about the legendary pirate queen of the same name.
TWO DOOR Cinema Club, Codes, and Wild Beasts, three bands many tip to become the major acts of 2010, will all play Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh within the next three months.
In the summer, Ballinrobe has the Queen of the Lakes – now it will have its very own Pirate Queen festival in February.
The scripts have been put down, the costumes are ready, the dance moves are polished up and the Deenside Players are about to put their latest production on stage. Introducing Robinhood Meets Frankenstein as this year’s Castlecomer Pantomime.