Search Results for 'Lord of the Dance'
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TRAD ON The Prom, ranked as Galway top attraction on Tripadvisor, is back for its ninth season in the Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill.
THE JES Choir and the NUI Galway Medical School Orchestra join forces with Frankie Gavin and Cora and Breda Smyth for a major concert on the university campus.
Dancewise Academy is proud to present their eighth annual show ‘Bright Lights Big City’ in the Watergate Theatre on June 23 - 25 at 8pm nightly and with a special Matinee on Sunday June 26 at 2.30pm.
Michael Flatley and his dance troupes delighted thousands of fans this week at the O2 in Dublin, however also stealing the show was Kilkenny dance teacher Bernadette Flynn as leading lady.
A new dance academy is about to be set up in Kilkenny with Irish dancing stars bringing their experience to the marble city. Behind the new academy is Bernadette Flynn who started Irish dancing at the tender age of four in Co Tipperary.
The West Awake tour promises to rouse the weariest souls as four of Irish trad’s finest contemporary musicians delve into the rhythms and melodies of their native counties. The group Cora and Breda Smyth (fiddle, whistles), Pauline Scanlon (vocals) and Donogh Hennessy (guitar), can be heard can be heard at Ballina Arts Centre, Ballina on Wednesday September 17 at 8pm. Tickets are €12 /€10 and are available on Tel. 096 73593. Music Network tours provide a wonderful opportunity to see some of the world’s foremost music ensembles at affordable prices in venues around Ireland and are presented in association with The Irish Times and RTÉ Lyric fm.
The Jennings family is the TF Royal. Pat, his wife Mary, and even their children Louise, Patrick, and Jessica have all in some way shaped and been shaped by this entertainment empire in the centre of Castlebar.
The death has taken place after a brief illness of legendary Irish dancing teacher Dot Redmond of Station Road, Castlebar.
Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story is the multi award winning, world-wide smash hit musical celebration of the life and tragic death of Buddy Holly and it’s coming to the Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre from Tuesday November 18 until Sunday November 23.
One of the most colourful characters in the world of entertainment, Michael Flatley, is to visit the Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre within the next couple of weeks. Unquestionably the most talented dancer of his generation, Michael is coming to Mayo to promote his Lord of the Dance show which starts at the Royal Castlebar on Saturday January 3. “I have heard great things about the venue in Castlebar and I know that I am going to be hugely impressed when I see the world-class new facility with my own eyes,” says Michael. “It’s a huge step forward for the people of Connacht as it means that elite shows and events such as ours can be brought to their doorstep. Prior to the opening of the new Royal Castlebar, it was just not an option for us to travel west of the Shannon.”