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Kelly McDonnell started dancing with the Fleming Ball Irish Dance Academy at the age of three under the instruction of Linda Ball Hoban, following which the talented dancer competed successfully at provincial, all Ireland and world championship levels.
WHILE HE will always be best known for his Daniel O'Donnell spoofing Eoin McLove character on Father Ted, it should never be forgotten that Pat McDonnell is also one of Ireland’s most accomplished and respected stand-up comedians.
This promises to be something special on Sunday, we got it wrong last weekend when we picked Balla to see off Lahardane and book their spot in Sunday's semifinal — John Maughan's men hit Balla with everything they had and were deserving eight point winners. They never let Balla settle and against the wind they went in leading by two points, in the second half they really upped the ante and outscored their opponents by 2-7 to 1-2, after they had been pulled level five minutes into the second half, with sub Cormac Reilly netting two goals in the final quarter of the game.
PAT MCDONNELL, who has achieved something close to comedic immortality for his memorable role as the Daniel O'Donnell spoofing Eoin McLove on Father Ted, make a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
HE WAS Eoin McLove in Father Ted. He was one of the prime movers in Naked Camera. He is a regular at the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh, one who makes a welcome return tomorrow night.
HE WAS Eoin McLove in Father Ted, Dougal Maguire's nemesis, and a character who became an instant classic with such lines as, "Go away! I don't want to catch the menopause!" and "I’ve no willy’".
Pat McDonnell Paints, located in Monksland Business Park, Athlone, is one of Ireland’s leading painting and decorating retailers.
Looking for inspiration to brighten up the home now the summer light is making things seem a bit dull inside? Then come along to Pat McDonnell’s colour consultation event this Friday, May 13 and get all the professional tips and advice to create the perfect colour scheme.
PAT MCDONNELL, best known for his roles in The Savage Eye and as Eoin McLove from Fr Ted, is the special guest at the fourth heat of Show Me The Funny in The King's Head on Monday February 1 at 8pm.
ONE OF the west of Ireland's finest songwriters, Noelie McDonnell, has resumed solo duties and will play Monroe’s Live, along with his band, on Thursday January 7 at 8.30pm.