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It is almost time to boo, laugh, scream, and holler ‘oh yes it is’ as the onstage antics unfold at one of the firm favourites in the entertainment calendar in Mayo.
A spellbinding story that captivates audiences, making them laugh and cry, That ‘80s Show, the musical, will be performed by Davitt College transition year students this year from Tuesday March 5 until Friday March 8 at 8pm and promises to be one of the best productions of all time. That ‘80s Show, the musical, is the story of the graduating class of William Ocean High School as they live through their senior year and experience the fun, the heartbreak, the loves and loneliness of growing up... all set to the biggest hits of the ‘80 s, including “Wake Me Up Before You Go Go”, “Kids In America”, “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”, “Footloose”, “Video Killed The Radio Star”, “You Give Love A Bad Name”, “Man In The Mirror”, “Love Shack”, “Dancing On The Ceiling” and many more, this show promises not to disappoint.
From January 10 to 13, Castlebar Pantomime is repeating a script of Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, first seen on the Castlebar Town Hall stage in 1998. The 2013 version will again be directed by Donna Ruane. Jason Guthrie is choreographer and John Flatley is musical director.
Castlebar Pantomime is currently preparing for its 2012 production which will tell the story of Cinderella.
With standing ovations and many of the 3,500 audience returning to see the show, Castlebar Pantomime's version of The Wonderful Story of Mother Goose was easily the most enjoyable in 26 years for both audience and cast. The original script became unrecognisable with the directors doing their best to re-write a shorter version, while Walter Donoghue as Mother Goose did his absolute best to ad lib in as many new lines as possible as the shows progressed. But local references, many recognisable faces from around Mayo, a cast of 150 people including 70 junior chorus members, outstanding solo singers, comic lines, colourful dance routines, the hard working Castlebar Pantomime committee as producers, amazing harmonies by musical director John Flatley, imaginative choreography by Jason Guthrie, along with clever direction by Sharon Lavelle and Donna Ruane all resulted in a widely enjoyable production.
Country Gospel artist James Kilbane and his music will feature on this week’s RTE Sunday Service live from Donnybrook in Dublin. Kilbane will be leading the music and singing for the Presbyterian service that will be conducted by the Very Rev Dr Kenneth Newell, OBE DD. The service will be broadcast from 11.15am until 12pm. From Achill, James Kilbane has continued to work and develop in Gospel music for all Christian communities here in Ireland and abroad as a result of his commitment to his work and music.
Magical music and poetry evening