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Lusmagh Drama Group presents Bernard Farrell’s play Many Happy Returns in Tuar Ard, Moate, on Friday February 15 at 8pm.
It is told that the then Nan Denning was in a world of her own, singing away as she made her way down McHale Road, Castlebar, at the ripe old age of 14, when she was overheard by Tony O’Grady from Manulla. He enquired if Nan would sing in his band which comprised John Lally on saxophone, Toddy Buckley from Knockthomas on drums, Gerald Ralph from Moneen on drums, and Tony himself on accordion. Nan’s first gig was at the Eclipse Ballroom in Ballyhaunis with her opening number “Buttons & Bows”. From there started a long and talented singing career which brought Nan from the dance halls of Mayo to the Castlebar pantomime stage.
January is always an interesting time to focus the mind for those with a sporting persuasion. The start of a New Year brings fresh possibilities and they are precisely what Dora Gorman is thinking about now. Sure 2010 was peppered with critical contests in World Cups, European Championships, and All Ireland minor finals, but when there is so much to look forward to the present matters a great deal.
FUAIM CHONAMARA continues its run at Monroe’s Live for just two more nights - tonight and Thursday September 2 at 8pm.
Fuaim Chonamara is continuing its successful run at Monroe's live of Dominick St for just two more nights. Following last Thursday night’s sell-out show with capacity crowds, the show will run again on August 28 for one additional night, due to demand, on Thursday, September 2.
THE EXCITING sean nós dance show, Fuaim Chonamara, continues its summer run at Monroe’s Live on Thursdays at 8pm.
They have performed with Sharon Shannon, De Dannan, and Altan and now the hugely popular and talented Cunningham family from Connemara are set to take centre stage themselves at the Royal Theatre in Castlebar on March 7, with a spectacular new music and dance show called Fuaim Chonamara (The Sound of Connemara). Fuaim Chonamara boasts a wealth of talented musicians and dancers from all over the west of Ireland. Brian Ó Cuinneagáin headlines the show direct from his US tour with Teada and Seamus Begley. He will be joined on stage by his sisters Irene, Ashling, and Lorraine, while his younger brother Michael also features as a dancer and musician.
Carried by her brothers Michael (9), Jimmy (7), and Tom (5) and her parents David and Irene, little Alanna Connors was buried in Ballinkillen on Tuesday at just 22 months of age.
Charlotte Fleming from Ballina, Co Mayo has travelled to Kenya and visited the Lyons Tea plantation, the first tea plantation in the world to earn Rainforest Alliance certification, meeting comprehensive environmental and social standards.