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QUEEN ELVIS, The Deans, Fruitcake Trio, and a pantomime are all on the bill for the Christmas gigs and events at Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover.
Galway’s Medtronic failed in their bid for provincial honours when they went down 0-12 to 1-02 to a strong Sligo Garda side in the Connacht Interfirms Junior Football final in Castlebar.
This Friday night the town hall theatre in Claremorris hosts one of the most successful plays to hit the stage in Mayo over the past decade as The Banshee of Crokey Hill – written and produced by Midwest Radio presenter Tommy Marren – has its final public performance after a 13-month tour that has seen the production play in Ireland, England and the United States.
Shannon Murphy and John Hoban at the Linenhall
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.”