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Jack and the Beanstalk

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BOYZONE AND former Coronation Street star Keith Duffy is the ‘baddie’ in this year’s University Concert Hall, Limerick, panto Jack and the Beanstalk.

Fee Fi Fo Fum! Jack and the Beanstalk comes to the Mullingar

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Featuring Patrick Lynch from Cbeebies, Jack and the Beanstalk, a classic fairytale, is now getting the Lyngo Productions treatment. Expect lots of surprises, a gripping story, and beautiful images as Jack sells his cow for five magic beans and finds himself in the land above the clouds.

Special panto offer from the Dean Crowe

The Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone is offering tickets at a reduced price for the opening night of its panto.

Baboró children’s festival starts on Monday

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The 14th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children starts on Monday and continues until Sunday with an array of dance, percussion, theatre, clowning, puppetry, music, literature, and visual art shows for all the family to enjoy.

RoolaBoola 2010: The fun is about to begin

Sleeping dragons, Jack and the Beanstalk, a very hungry caterpillar, a man who planted trees, and a fish who wants to be human. It can mean only one thing — RoolaBoola is here again. The annual children’s arts festival is back with a vibrant programme of shows, workshops, drop-in events, and more for young people of all ages, and lots of fun for the whole family too, over the October Bank Holiday weekend from Friday 22 to Monday October 25 at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar.

Baboró programme unveiled

DETAILS OF this year’s Baboró International Arts Festival for Children were revealed at a reception in Galway’s Harbour Hotel on Monday evening.

Thirty years of Renmore fun and entertainment

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In the 1970s Renmore was a fast growing suburb with many young families moving in. There were very few facilities in the area at the time. The school assembly hall was the only social centre and it was there, in the tiny kitchen, that Sean O’Malley suggested to his team mates in the local badminton club they might consider having a parish pantomime. They agreed. A group was formed and they drew up a mission statement — “To foster, encourage and assist theatrical, cultural, and artistic activities in the Renmore community, but also throughout Galway and its environs, and in so doing, to assist whatever charitable causes are deemed appropriate by the committee.”


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