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André Rieu is to be beamed live to fans via satellite from his hometown of Maastricht next weekend.
A new film which recreates the events leading up to the fateful night of September 29, 2008, when the Irish government guaranteed the entire domestic banking system and unwittingly started one of the most expensive bank rescues in history, is to be screened as part of a special live event at Mayo Movie World in Castlebar on Thursday evening.
Trad music, Tour of Champions
One of the most celebrated, award winning musicals on stage today, Billy Elliot, will reach a whole new audience when it is broadcast live from London’s Victoria Palace Theatre on Sunday September 28.
It is the movie version of one of the most sensational novels in the world.
An unforgettable concert event by one of the world’s most famous violinists and conductors - André Rieu - is to be beamed to Mayo Movie World tomorrow (Saturday) at 7pm.
The National Theatre’s multi-award-winning production of War Horse, seen by more than four million people worldwide since its premiere at the National Theatre in 2007, will be broadcast live to Mayo Movie World from its home at the New London Theatre in the West End on Thursday February 27, as part of National Theatre Live.
Castlebar Rotary Club is organising a gala evening at Mayo Movie World to raise funds for a school building project in South Africa.
The Knight of the Sad Face and his faithful squire, Sancho Panza, are mixed up in the wild love affairs of the stunning Kitri and the seductive Basilio in a richly colourful, humorous and virtuoso ballet. Marius Petipa’s Don Quixote premiered in Moscow in 1869 with music by Ludwig Minkus and met with resounding success from the start. The novelty lay within its break from the supernatural universe of romantic ballet. Written as if it were a play for the theatre, the work had realistic heroes and a solidly structured plot and scenes. The libretto and the choreography were handed down without interruption in Russia, but Petipa’s version remained unknown in the west for a long time. In 1981, Rudolf Nureyev introduced his own version of the work into the Paris Opera’s repertoire. While retaining the great classical pages and the strong, fiery dances, the choreographer gave greater emphasis to the comic dimension contriving a particularly lively and light-hearted production.
Members of Castlebar Men’s Shed at Moneen Enterprise Centre, Castlebar, (located near Mayo Movie World) held their first meeting this week and opened their doors to the public.