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Sancta Maria College in Louisburgh has announced the staging of its 23nd annual musical production, the family favourite The Sound of Music. Preparations are in full flow in the school with students and staff working tirelessly to produce this much loved show.
AFTER SOLD-out shows in An Taibhdhearc for the 2017 Galway International Arts Festival, Éilis Ní Dhuibhne's Dún na mBan Trí Thine, is back by popular demand.
There's lots going on around Mayo in the next few weeks and there's something for everyone, so why not check out what's happening in our Community Diary.
DÚN NA mBan Trí Thine - The Fairy Fort Is On Fire - a modern play about motherhood and magic with a predominantly female cast and crew, comes to An Taibhdhearc for next month's Galway International Arts Festival.
Every year Mayo County Council offers two bursary awards to artists born or living in Mayo, to enable them to spend two weeks at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig in Monaghan. Each bursary covers the costs for a two-week period, plus the use of a studio if relevant. There are a variety of artist work spaces available including studios, a music room for composers and musicians, a multi-media room and a large rehearsal and performance space.
PERFORMANCE POET Kate Tempest has been one of the most exciting and acclaimed new voices to emerge in Britain over the past decade, and Galway’s NoRopes Theatre Company is about to present the Irish premiere of her high-octane play, Wasted, directed by Mairéad Folan.
Athlone Little Theatre celebrates its 80th year in existence with a production of Sean O'Casey's classic tragicomedy, The Shadow of a Gunman, from December 3-9.
The stage is set for America’s most dysfunctional family to come to town, and no, it's not the Kardashians! This year Ballinrobe Musical Society is proud to present The Addams Family.
Sancta Maria College (SMC) in Louisburgh is delighted to announce the staging of their 21st annual musical production, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.
HOW TO Keep An Alien, written and performed by Sonya Kelly, and which comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week in a staging by Rough Magic, is a hilarious, yet tender, autobiographical tale, recounting how Sonya and her Australian partner Kate had to prove to the Department of Immigration they had the right to live together in Ireland.