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Ireland’s digital TV switchover will happen on October 24 2012, a mere five days away. The deadline to change is fast approaching and it is important to make sure people in Mayo are fully informed and prepared for this adjustment.
CRCfm is hosting a Fr Ted comedy night on October 20 in the Failte Suite, Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar.
To coincide with the Cheerio's Childline Breakfast week ISPCC Castlebar is holding its annual fundraising breakfast morning today (Friday October 12) from 10am to 12 noon at the ISPCC office, Unit 14c, N5 Business Park, Moneen, Castlebar.
The choir is now recruiting new members for the coming season. If you like to sing, why not join this friendly welcoming group. Rehearsals take place at GMIT, Castlebar, on Thursday nights at 7.45pm.
THE MIGHTY Boosh’s Rich Fulcher, who played the hapless Bob Fossil in the iconic comedy series, is coming to Galway to perform at the Galway Comedy Festival.
Smash hit comedy treat Ted and Co is coming to Mayo this September, promising to wow audiences with high-energy improvisation, audience participation, and perfect comic timing. A tribute to cult TV classic Father Ted, the interactive comedy experience Ted and Co – The Dinner Show’ debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2011, selling out every show and picking up five star reviews. Now the priests are heading east again from Craggy Island to serve up comedy treats at the Mayfly Hotel in Foxford on Friday, September 14 and Saturday, September 15. The show costs €39 per ticket which includes a three course meal and a two hour interactive comedy show. For booking call 094 9256518.
Dara O’ Briain is the biggest Irish comic to have emerged in recent years and he will take to the stage at The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Friday September 21. Already a huge star in Ireland where he produces and presents the hit TV comedy review show The Panel, Dara has now moved from being a sold-out festival favourite in Edinburgh to selling out theatres across the UK and mainstream television success including hosting popular TV shows such as Mock the Week.
Dara O’Briain returns for one night only at The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Friday, September 21. Dara is the biggest Irish comic to have emerged in recent years. Having become a huge star in Ireland he moved to the UK, and went from being a sold-out festival favourite in Edinburgh to selling out theatres across the UK and mainstream television success. His television work includes hosting popular TV shows such as Mock the Week and a run hosting The Apprentice: You're Fired! on BBC 2, along with the Three Men in a Boat series with Griff Rhys Jones and Rory Mc Grath which has run for a number of series.
Ardal O'Hanlon is of course best known for playing wide-eyed Father Dougal McGuire on Channel 4's Father Ted where he embodied the role of Dougal perfectly with his endearingly daft lines and dim facial expressions that few actors can rival.