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ENJOY A night of comedy at the Town Hall Theatre with the sequel to the smash hit play Santa Ponsa or Bust. Surviving Santa Ponsa sees the two Cork families return for more madcap adventures. Finbarr, currently on his ninth FAS scheme, is approached by a mysterious stranger, who offers Finbarr, his wife Carmel, and their friends, two weeks in the glamorous Hotel del Mar in return for delivering a sealed package to Santa Ponsa.
Emmet Cahill’s hometown début concert, on Saturday April 14 at Mullingar Arts Centre, will feature a wonderful selection of pieces, including items ranging from musical theatre to classical and traditional Irish to swing standards. Something for everyone, in fact!
Before students can start celebrating the holiday season, they must first log in countless hours of studying and numerous homework sessions. “Typically we see that around this time, children become a bit distracted with the holidays and winter break coming up,” said Carmel of Tutor Doctor. “Because of this, it is important to remind students about proper techniques so they can stay on top of their studies.”
DRAGON’S DEN sensation Santa Ponsa Or Bust comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week on Friday August 5 and Saturday 6 featuring the two funniest men in Cork: Frank Twomey and Pakie O’Callaghan.
Westmeath County Council hosted a civic reception on Monday to mark the recent sporting achievements of four Westmeath athletes.
The only son and eldest child of popular Castlebar photographer Michael Donnelly has died tragically in the USA.
The 32-year-old Westport man Robert McKibben who was killed last week in Afghanistan has been described by his family as someone who had “very definite plans of how he wanted to live his life”.
Tributes poured in this week for the late city businessman George Herterich who died suddenly on Tuesday.
A dramatic sea cave tragedy in Belderrig will feature in the first episode of a six-part RTÉ series Rescue which airs on Sunday April 5 at 7.30pm on RTÉ One.
Seamus Marrinan, Blackfort, Castlebar, was remanded in custody to Castlerea Prison by Judge Mary Devins, to appear before the next sitting of the Central Criminal Court.