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The stars of The Commitments are back in the Royal next week

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It was 1991 when the film The Commitments burst on to our movie screens and into the hearts and souls of music lovers across the world. Now, for the first time, the stars from The Commitments will reunite for a limited run of concerts in March 2011, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Ireland’s favourite film. This will be the first time since the film that the band will perform a full concert together. The stars from The Commitments will perform in The Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on March 14. Tickets for this not to be missed show will cost €59.

The stars of The Commitments are back

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It was 1991 when the film The Commitments burst onto our movie screens and into the hearts and souls of music lovers across the world. Now, for the first time ever, the stars from The Commitments will re-unite for a limited run of concerts in March 2011, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Ireland’s favourite film. This will be the first time since the film that the band will perform a full concert together. The stars from The Commitments will perform in The Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on March 14. Tickets for this not to be missed show will cost €59.

Fame! I’m gonna live forever...

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DURING THE 1980s there were many prominent television series including Dallas, Dynasty, Cheers, The Cosby Show, Miami Vice, Who’s The Boss?, M*A*S*H, and The A-Team.

Original stars of The Commitments at the Royal Theatre this May

“The energy and excitement of Alan Parker’s movie has been transferred into a thrilling, unforgettable live experience that will stir your soul.” Relive all the soul classics from The Commitments live in concert, featuring original Commitments stars Kenneth McCluskey (Derek “The Meatman” Scully) and Dick Massey (Billy “The Animal” Mooney), plus musicians from their multimillion selling albums when they play the Royal Theatre on Sunday May 21.

The Stunning - still going strong

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NOW THAT we are in a recession, people are casting their minds back to the bleak 1980s and early 1990s when, as Tommy Tiernan said “you couldn’t get a job if you tried”.

Pink Floyd The Wall

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IN 1979 the Soviets invaded Afghanistan, religious and secular Iranians united to oust the oppressive dictatorship of Reza Shah Pahlavi, the Sandinistas took control of Nicaragua, and in the dying moments of the FA Cup final, Alan Sunderland’s goal secured victory for Arsenal after a remarkable comeback by Manchester United.

Pink Floyd The Wall

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IN 1979 the Soviets invaded Afghanistan, religious and secular Iranians united to oust the oppressive dictatorship of Reza Shah Pahlavi, the Sandinistas took control of Nicaragua, and in the dying moments of the FA Cup final, Alan Sunderland’s goal secured victory for Arsenal after a remarkable comeback by Manchester United.

 

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