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Kathy Ross's mythologial exhibition

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MYTH, FAIRYTALES, and folkloric characters who continue to capture the imagination, are the subject of a new exhibition by County Galway artist Kathy Ross, which is currently on show in The Secret Garden, William Street West.

Grimm delights with Galway Community Circus and Fidget Feet

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THE FOLK and fairy tales gathered by the Grimm brothers have entranced readers and audiences for more than 100 years and the recent movie adaptation of Broadway hit, Into The Woods, attests to the stories’ enduring appeal.

Renmore Panto's Cinderella

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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.

Castlebar Pantomime presents Sleeping Beauty

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Ballet Ireland present Cinderella, After the Ball in Castlebar

Ever wondered what happened to Cinderella and Prince Charming after they got married? Well, Ballet Ireland takes up the story when the pair return from their honeymoon! The ballet starts after the Ball and the most famous incident in fairy-tale history – that of a lost shoe! You’ll meet the not quite so 'happily ever after' Cinderella and Prince Charming.

Cinderella - After The Ball

WHATEVER HAPPENED to Cinderella and Prince Charming after they got married? Fairy tales answer it was ‘happily ever after’, but Ballet Ireland begs to differ.

Ballet Ireland present Cinderella, After the Ball in Castlebar

Ever wondered what happened to Cinderella and Prince Charming after they got married? Well, Ballet Ireland takes up the story when the pair return from their honeymoon! The ballet starts after the Ball and the most famous incident in fairy-tale history – that of a lost shoe! You’ll meet the not quite so 'happily ever after' Cinderella and Prince Charming.

Sleeping Beauty to be staged in Crossmolina

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Once upon a time a beautiful princess, Aurora (Barbara Hopkins), was born to loving parents, King Stefan (Sean Keary) and Queen Clara (Nicola Hopkins). It was arranged at her christening that she would be promised in marriage to Prince Philip (Francis Gilroy), son of King Hubert (John Cooney), and raised by the Royal Nanny (Marcella Connor).

Castlebar Pantomime presents Cinderella

Few pantomimes can instantly inspire images of rags to riches, sadness to happiness, lowly servant to the talk of the society ball and a prince finding his princess as the timeless pantomime fairy tale that is Cinderella. Previously performed by Castlebar Pantomime in 1951, 1960, 1987 and 1997 on the Castlebar Town Hall stage, 2012 sees this much loved classic being performed for the first time by the revised Castlebar Pantomime in the Theatre Royal, Castlebar from January 11 to 15. There are 61 years of pantomime tradition within Castlebar from 1951 to 2012 and a complete change of location for the home of Castlebar Pantomime, but this ultra modern 2012 production promises to hold true to this traditional fairy tale.

Snow White comes to the Watergate

A fairytale classic will come to Kilkenny in the New Year, as Watergate Productions has announced Snow White and the Seven Dwarves as the annual panto for January 2012.

 

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