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Pat Shortt bringing his new show to Belmullet

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Funny man Pat Shortt is returning to Mayo with his latest nationwide tour, Selfie.

Dedicated group bring famous Ardizzone art home

The unveiling of eight original pencil drawings by world renowned illustrator Edward Ardizzone in Belmullet this week was a very proud moment for the dedicated local heritage group.

The weekend in Mayo

The Wild West, German novelists, an Electric Cave, and a country music extravaganza are just some of the entertainment offerings from around the county for this Bank Holiday weekend.

Out & About in Mayo

Choir fundraiser for Louisburgh Order of Malta tonight

The Erris players present John B Keane’s Moll

Erris Players presents Moll by John B Keane, in Áras Inis Gluaire, Belmullet Arts Centre, on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 February at 8pm. This comedy is a hilarious look at a rural Irish parochial house, giving an insight into who is truly running local affairs in a fictional parish. The comedy brings the audience behind the doors of the presbytery, circa 1971, when to most Catholics that area was sacred and primarily the domain of the priest's housekeeper. The comedy opens in Canon Pratt's parlour, when he and his two curates, Fr Brest and Fr Loran, are faced with the problem of replacing their housekeeper. As the comedy develops, many changes come to the parish and the parochial house. Directed by Mary Heston and Mary Markwick. Admission is €10.

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New York hit show The Cambria comes to Erris

The New York hit show, Donal O’Kelly’s The Cambria, comes to Áras Inis Gluaire, Belmullet Arts Centre, for one night only: 8.30pm, Sunday April 26, tickets €15 and €12 from 097 81079.

Christmas market in Belmullet

The Belmullet Arts Centre will host a Christmas market on Saturday December 12.

Force 12 writers festival a resounding success

Mayo County Council Arts Office, in partnership with Áras Inis Gluaire, held the 19th Force 12 Writer’s Festival from Friday June 12 to Sunday June 14 in Belmullet. Patrick Cotter directed the weekend, with a host of well-known writers including Billy Ramsell, Clare Wigfall, John Corless, Liz O’Donaghue, Paula Meehan, Theo Dorgan, and William Wall. This year’s writer-in-residence Éilís Ní Dhuibhne worked with a number of schools and writing groups throughout the county in the lead up to the festival weekend.

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