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Two schools from Mayo won big at the recent Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards.
One of the most highly anticipated stage productions on the Mayo entertainment calendar is just around the corner.
Moorehall’s own TV star Ian O’Reilly and his onscreen best pal David Rawl are swapping larking around with Chris O’Dowd on the set of Moone Boy for a jaunt on the Reek tomorrow (Saturday).
The cast and backstage team behind the Ballinrobe Musical Society production - A Tale of Two Cities - received a major boost yesterday when the musical’s creator, Jill Santoriello, contacted them from America to announce she is making a flying visit to Ireland next week to take in the show.
Transition year students from Ballinrobe Community School will put on a performance of the comical dual love story Guys and Dolls this week.
Next year marks the 70th anniversary of the first show performed by St Mary’s Choral Society; now the Ballinrobe Musical Society. The musical committee spent many weeks deliberating and finally reached the unanimous decision to perform American composer and lyricist Jill Santiorello’s award winning show A Tale of Two Cities based on Charles Dickens’ popular novel. Set in both London and Paris at the beginning of the French revolution, A Tale of Two Cities has a rich mix of comedy, tragedy, conflict, love and resolution, combined with a score that will raise the roof.
Instead of dressing up as spooky ghosts, bloodthirsty vampires and wicked witches for Halloween, members of Ballinrobe Musical Society will be performing a one off concert to raise much needed funds for one of their own.
Europe’s biggest charity awareness cycling event, the Cycle Against Suicide (www.cycleagainstsuicide.com), takes place across Ireland from Monday April 22 to Sunday May 5.
The board of management of Ballinrobe Community School has announced the appointment of William Culkeen as the new principal. He will succeed Michael Brett who is retiring after six years in the role.
A transition year student at Ballinrobe Community School