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Parke Arts and Drama group are coming back to the Royal

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March,have returned to the The Royal Theatre Castlebar with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three-act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

Parke Arts and Drama Group supporting Mayo Autism Action

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The Parke Arts and Drama Group is once again supporting a local charity this year and the group has donated €500 to the very worthy Mayo Autism Action whose goal is to support children and their families who are affected by autism. The flagship project is the Áthas School in Kiltimagh which caters for children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. On hand to accept the cheque on behalf of Mayo Autism Action was Pat Kearns who thanked all those involved with Parke Arts and Drama, and thanked them for their generous donation which will go towards helping with the running of the school. The Parke Arts and Drama Group has donated more than €3,500 over the last three years to worthwhile charities such as Enable Ireland, Western Alzheimers, Hospice Uganda, Tsunami Appeal, and other local charities.

Parke Arts and Drama group are coming back to the Royal

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March, returns to the stage this July in The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Thursday, July 12 with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

Parke Arts and Drama group are coming back to the Royal

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March, returns to the stage this July in The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Thursday, July 12 with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

The award winning Parke Arts and Drama group returns to the stage

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March, returns to the stage this March with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

Parke Arts and Drama Group

The drama group will present Fortunes and Misfortunes, a three act comedy by Jimmy Keary, from March 1 to March 4 in the Parke Community Centre.

 

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