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Sixteen members of Castlebar Golf Club are getting ready to swap their spikes for dancing shoes and prove their skills on the dancefloor for a Strictly Come Dancing fundraiser on Saturday March 28 in the TF Royal Theatre.
It is almost time to boo, laugh, scream, and holler ‘oh yes it is’ as the onstage antics unfold at one of the firm favourites in the entertainment calendar in Mayo.
The Ireland West Golf Clubs Association will be launched at 8pm on Wednesday, April 11 at the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, Co. Mayo. At its first public meeting the chairman of the new body, Paul O’Neill, will outline the objectives of the new association and explain the strategy that he believes must be put in place to encourage the maximum number of golfing tourists to the Connacht region.
A Castlebar Pantomime fundraising fashion show will be held in the TF Royal Hotel on Thursday November 3 at 8pm in association with Beverly Hills, Leo Doherty Menswear, Rosewater, Scarlet and Parsons Shoes. Also on the night there will be stalls from among others Eureka, Hats by Loretta, The Heeler, Moodgallery, Raymond Herring, Staunton’s Chemist and The Zalon.
Mayo's longest running pantomime, the Castlebar pantomime, presents at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, from January 12 to 16 its production of The Wonderful Story of Mother Goose. Mother Goose, who is played by Castlebar pantomime dame supremo Walter Donoghue, has it all — family, friends, Fairyland fairies looking out for her, and a magical golden egg laying goose. Mother Goose lives with her beautiful daughter Jill Goose (Tara Kelly from Kiltimagh) and a loveable son Billy Goose (David Tobin) in their humble home in Merrilea. The only shadow on people's happiness in Merrilea is the aptly named Clarence Creep, Squire of Cheatham Hall (cleverly played by James Murray from Coarsepark, Castlebar). His brother was the previous Squire of Merrilea but strangely did not make out a will to protect his son Colin (Terry O'Hara) from a life of poverty and by law all rights as a squire were passed to Clarence Creep. Was this really justice or the work of the conniving Clarence Creep?