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Lancôme’s elite make-up artist coming to Castlebar

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Lancôme has announced that its elite make-up artist, Marc Sinclair, will visit Staunton’s, Castlebar, on Wednesday March 25.

Swan Lake swans into Town Hall

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ONE OF the surefire highlights of the Town Hall Theatre’s autumn programme comes next week when Ballet Ireland arrive with its staging of an enduring favourite, Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake.

Ballet performances for young and old

Ballet Ireland’s production of the magical Swan Lake may well be sold out, but Roscommon Arts Centre has now started a cancellation list, so please do call (090) 6625824 if you wish to be added to this.

A double helping of dance

TWO OF Galway’s foremost dance companies - Corrib Dance Academy and Youth Ballet West -- take to the Town Hall Theatre stage in the coming weeks with exciting end-of-year shows.

A ballet and dance extravaganza

THE STUDENTS of Corrib Dance Academy will present their show, The Children of Lir and Movie Magic, at the Town Hall Theatre, this December.

Galway is very close to the hearts of the Perm company

BY CHARLIE MCBRIDE

Summer ballet camp

A SUMMER ballet camp will take place from August 13 to 16 in the Presentation Primary School Hall, Newcastle Road, and is open to all students of ballet.

Romeo and Juliet

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BALLET IRELAND, The National Ballet of Ireland, comes to the Town Hall next week with its hugely successful production of Romeo & Juliet, set to Sergei Prokofiev’s thrilling score.

Shannon Dance Academy presents Swan Lake

Theatre enthusiasts in Athlone are in for a real treat this weekend, when international ballet stars will be gracing the stage of the Dean Crowe Theatre on Saturday March 30 and Sunday April 1.

Local ballet dancer in Dublin parade

Shauna Coffey, a native of Athlone and a senior student of the Shannon Dance Academy, was selected to dance with Macnas for the St Patrick’s Day Parade in Dublin.

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