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Bank holiday competitions to take centre stage


Spring competitions bring out the best around Mayo

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Castlebar Grow it Yourself

The Linenhall makes its case for survival

The cost of the arts and keeping an arts centre running was laid out for the members of Castlebar Town Council on Tuesday night. Marie Farrell from the Linenhall Arts Centre, gave the members a presentation on the work carried out by the centre over the past 12 months and funding it receives both nationally and locally.

Arts Centre receives major funding blow

The Linenhall, Mayo’s oldest arts centre, has just received a major blow with the news that its funding from the Arts Council has been cut by 20 per cent for this year alone. Overall, the funding has been cut by 38 per cent in the last five years.

Disabled People’s Day

Mayo County Council’s Arts Office supports International Disabled People’s Day, which will take place on December 3.

Award winning show for RoolaBoola Children’s Arts Festival

Audiences are in for a rare treat with the Puppet State Company’s adaptation of The Man Who Planted Trees which comes to Castlebar’s Linenhall Arts Centre on Friday October 22 and Saturday October 23 for the RoolaBoola Children’s Arts Festival. An engaging blend of comedy, puppetry, and inspiring storytelling, this beautiful show has become a regular feature in the fringe programme of UK and Scottish festivals, selling out and winning awards for the last two years.

Minister Cullen visits Linenhall and McHale Park

The Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Martin Cullen TD, visited the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar and McHale Park on Friday last together with Fianna Fáil TD Beverley Flynn.

Classical concert at the Linenhall

Here’s a chance to see two of Ireland's rising classical stars in concert when critically acclaimed cellist Gerald Peregrine and pianist Cathal Breslin perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday September 10 at 8pm.

Women and Scarecrow in Castlebar

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Prime Cut’s vibrant production of Marina Carr’s powerful and darkly comic Woman and Scarecrow will take in the Linenhall Arts Centre on Monday March 23 as part of a whirlwind national tour that has been taking critics by storm. Linenhall director Marie Farrell says: “We are delighted to host such a prestigious production of this wonderful play. It will be a great opportunity for people to see the very best of Irish theatre here in Castlebar.”

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