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Galway Musical Society celebrates its thirtieth anniversary in swinging style next week with a staging of the sublime Cole Porter musical, Anything Goes, at the Town Hall.
Kiltimagh’s Angela Curley-Staunton is hitting all the right notes in the world of musical theatre.
A night of musical entertainment in aid of local dog rescue charity MADRA will take place at the Forge Bar, Moycullen on Saturday, March 1 from 8.30pm.
A night of musical entertainment in aid of local dog rescue charity MADRA will take place at the Forge Bar in Moycullen on Saturday, March 1 from 8.30pm.
One of the most highly anticipated events of the year for fans of musical theatre across Mayo, the annual production from Ballinrobe Musical Society, kicks off with an eight night run of A Tale of Two Cities next week.
THE TOWN Hall Theatre will come alive with The Sound Of Music when Sean and Brian Powers’ Twin Productions bring the much-loved musical to the venue for a five night run from August 14 to 18.
Last year Clara Musical Society had Nazi Sympathising singing pigeons in their hilarious production of Mel Brookes’ The Producers and there will be plenty of birds on stage again this year but of a one hundred percent family friendly variety when the curtain rises next Tuesday night, April 9, for Seussical the musical. Now in their 43rd year, Clara MS are never afraid to take on new and lesser known pieces and this year is no exception. Based on the stories and characters of Dr Seuss the show will come to life with children’s favourites like Horton the Elephant, The Cat in the Hat, JoJo, Yertle the Turtle, and the Grinch to name but a few.
NATHAN DETROIT has a problem. He needs money. He has a floating crap game, where players make wagers on the outcome on rolling dice. The game is illegal and only one venue in New York will hold it.
MORE THAN 50 years after it premiered on London’s West End, Lionel Bart’s classic musical Oliver! remains as much-loved as ever. Now Galway audiences can look forward to a new staging of the show from Brian and Sean Powers’ Twins Production Company which takes to the Town Hall Theatre stage next week.
People can view the creations of an award winning County Galway milliner, who has worked with internationally acclaimed Philip Treacy, at his pop-up shop at Brown Thomas.