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Westport drama group beat the recession blues with Galway performance of classic play

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St Patricks Drama Group Westport, a non-profit organisation founded in 1964, are coming to Galway next week with their newest production Widows Paradise. This three-act comedy, written by Sam Cree, is one of the most entertaining plays ever staged by the group and will transport the audience to nostalgic moments of the 60s and will be staged at the Town Hall on Thursday June 2.

St Patrick’s drama group defy recession blues with new play

St Patrick’s Drama Group Westport are back with the season of spring in their step and a brand new production. Widows Paradise is a three act comedy written by Sam Cree and it promises to be one of the funniest plays the group have staged in years. The play will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Friday May 13 2011 at 8pm sharp, with tickets costing from €12 to €15.

A Journey of Hope – Barbara Rabbett reports on the Westport/Aror Partnership’s recent trip to Kenya

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Ireland’s economic difficulties paled into insignificance as members of the Westport/Aror (Kenya) Partnership travelled through the Mukuru slum of Nairobi recently. The team from Westport (Michael O’Donnell, Gertie Foley, Margaret Joyce and Barbara Rabbett) were on their way to visit a dispensary, run by the Medical Missionaries of Mary, to see how funds sent from Westport had been put to use by the Sisters. As they made their way slowly through the slum towards the dispensary, they were overwhelmed by the sights and putrid smells of poverty, misery, and filth that surrounded them. It was hard to endure, even for a short time. And yet, these are the living conditions of almost two million people in Nairobi.

Blackberry five remanded in custody

Five Athlone men charged in connection with an alleged attack at the home of Joe Joyce in Moate last Sunday were remanded in custody with consent to bail at Tuesday’s sitting of Longford District Court.

Feud case adjourned for “further investigations”

Members of two families have been ordered not to engage in feuding after they appeared before Mullingar District Court yesterday (Thursday).

 

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