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ANYONE WHO has not yet booked a ticket for The Dead School, directed by Andrew Flynn and featuring a 23-strong cast drawn from Galway Youth Theatre and Galway Community Theatre, should remedy that post haste – this is one of the best shows in the Galway International Festival.
New statistics from the Irish Cancer Society have revealed 19 people are being diagnosed with cancer in Mayo every week and cancer rates have increased by four per cent over the last three years.
Daffodil Day, supported by Dell, will take place in Westmeath on Friday March 27.
Sean Costello and Frank Naughton, AKA Duo Vocis, take to Birr Theatre & Arts Centre on January 31 at 8pm with their brand new show - Celebrating the Great Irish Tenors.
Sonny (whose real name was Joseph) was born 89 years ago, one of six children to Patrick and Mary Molloy of St Brendan’s Road in Woodquay. He went to the ‘Mon’ where he learned to play football among other things. A match report in a local paper once carried the headline “Five Goal Molloy”, a fact which he managed to drop into conversation many times over the years. Chatting with him could be unnerving as he laced his chat with colourful sayings like “Long drawers”, “Bring up the bucket”, “Th’oul suit turned well”, ’44 short’, “I hate small men”, and of course his famous draper’s mantra, “We have your size”.
The newly opened John Count McCormack exhibition at Athlone Castle is already receiving a positive response from tourists and locals alike.
A record forty-five players took to the greens at Balla Golf Club for this year’s David Barrett Perpetual Trophy competition.
Distinguished tenor John MacNally will perform in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on June 22.
McCormack’s Opel, run by brothers John and Kevin McCormack, is going from strength to strength.
A limited edition run of commemorative silver coins in honour of Athlone tenor John Count McCormack is almost sold out.