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Mullingar Arts Centre provides plenty of entertainment this spring

Having just completed an enormously successful run of Happy Days The Musical, presented by the Mullingar Student Players, and not content to rest on its laurels, the Arts Centre is busy changing the sets and setting up for the next two productions: Dear Frankie, a poignant and powerful drama about Ireland’s original agony aunt, Frankie Byrne; and Girls’ Night The Musical, which is touring Ireland at the moment, playing to packed houses.

Dear Frankie brings a blast from the past to the Royal Theatre

“Dear Frankie, I am in love with a lovely farmer twice my age, my parents don’t approve…” Mention the two words; Dear Frankie to anyone aged 40 or over in this country and something predictable happens. They start to sing the signature tune to Frankie Byrne’s iconic radio show, The Women’s Page. Tickets to this should could be an ideal Mothers Day gift and so far the audience for this show has consisted of three generations, with daughters, mothers and grandmothers all in attendance.

Dear Frankie brings a blast from the past to the Royal Theatre

“Dear Frankie, I am in love with a lovely farmer twice my age, my parents don’t approve…” Mention the two words; Dear Frankie to anyone aged 40 or over in this country and something predictable happens. They start to sing the signature tune to Frankie Byrne’s iconic radio show, The Women’s Page.

Frankie Byrne fans

RTÉ Radio 1’s Documentary on One is interested in speaking to anyone with memories of listening to the Frankie Byrne programme.

Dear Frankie returns to Town Hall

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FOR MORE than 20 years, agony aunt Frankie Byrne ruled supreme on Irish airwaves with her iconic radio show, The Women’s Page.

Out and about in Mayo

Dear Frankie comes to Mayo

Dear Frankie at Town Hall

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FRANKIE BYRNE’S radio programme may have finished up nearly 30 years ago, but it is part of the soundtrack to Irish lives in that era.

Dear Frankie gets an extra night at the Linenhall

An extra night has been added due to demand for Five Lamps Theatre Company’s hilarious and poignant Dear Frankie at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Monday, October 18 at 8pm. The original Tuesday October 19 performance is now sold out.

 

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