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Athlone Little Theatre’s latest production, the award winning Calendar Girls opens next Monday night, May 20, in the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone at 8pm.
The boards of one of Longford’s most beloved theatres are being trodden by locals once again. In the first locally run production in approximately three years, The Bog Lane Theatre, Ballymahon presents the farcical comedy The 39 Steps.
Roscommon Arts Centre recently announced some exciting new events for spring 2012 with more events being confirmed as we go to press.
Putting dogs in nappies was just one of the suggestions made by Cllr “Boxer” Moran at the town council meeting this week during the discussion to adopt the Litter Management Plan, during which he referred to litter louts as “selfish, thoughtless ba***rds”.
Next week will see local theatre group KATS return to the stage with a series of one-act plays to take place one after the other in Cleere’s Theatre for a four night stand.
Following success with two previous one-act plays with KATS Take Your Point and Man Friday, local director and playwright John Whitely returns with a third play entitled A Step In The Right which will hit the boards next month.
The New York hit show, Donal O’Kelly’s The Cambria, comes to Áras Inis Gluaire, Belmullet Arts Centre, for one night only: 8.30pm, Sunday April 26, tickets €15 and €12 from 097 81079.
The Galway Samaritans which offers a listening ear to the distressed and anxious is seeking vounteers.
A number of councillors voiced disappointment with electricity supplier Aerticity in the chamber this week (January 18) after it was revealed the company was refusing to meet elected representatives to discuss issues of street lighting.