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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.
CINDERELLA, THIS year’s Renmore Pantomime, opens next week, and is sure to keep Galway audiences in festive humour throughout its two- week run from Monday December 29 to Sunday January 11.
THE RENMORE Pantomime is as much a part of Christmas in Galway as mulled wine and mistletoe and this year’s festive offering is Cinderella, which opens at the Town Hall Theatre on Monday December 29.
Ballinrobe is preparing to don ‘Blue Suede Shoes’ and get ‘All Shook Up’ with the music of Elvis rocking into town for the next six months.
ROBIN HOOD and The Babes in The Wood, Renmore’s 35th annual pantomime, which opens in the Town Hall Theatre this Sunday and runs until January 12, promises to be a spectacular adventure of laughter, music, and song for all of Galway to enjoy.
AS THE Christmas season swings into gear folk look forward to the annual highlight of the Renmore Pantomime. This year’s offering is Robin Hood & Babes in the Wood and the leading role of Maid Marian is taken by singer/performer Jenni Flaherty.
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.
WHILE THE ongoing recession and latest bruising Budget may put a dampener on folk’s Yuletide mood, at least the Renmore Pantomime can be relied upon to spread a generous helping of festive cheer when it takes over the Town Hall Theatre.
THIS YEAR marks the 35th anniversary of the passing of the King of rock’n’roll, Elvis Presley, and St Brendan’s Choral and Dramatic Society has announced that its coming show will be a tribute to the King, All Shook Up.
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.