Search Results for 'Mullingar Arts Centre'
155 results found.
Roll up, roll up! Ireland’s oldest travelling show family of the past 100 years comes to the Mullingar Arts Centre.
It’s that time of year again - the days are getting shorter; the nights are getting colder, and you’re inundated with a Christmas to-do list as long as your arm. It won’t be long before everything in the house is dripping with tinsel and the pine needles are prickling your toes. Yes, Christmas is definitely just around the corner!
Rambling Irishman Frankie Gavin and De Dannan return to the Mullingar Arts Centre this Saturday November 30 with Jigs and Jazz II.
Westmeath’s Community and Voluntary Forum presented a wish-list of proposals to the Mullingar Area Committee earlier this week, detailing their requests for improvements in a variety of areas.
“My duty as judge is to choose a mother for the child. We will have a test. Place the child in the circle...”
A New York City bar on Valentine’s Day 1974 brings together a remarkable cast of characters as Robert Patrick’s award-winning play Kennedy’s Children comes to the Mullingar Arts Centre on November 22. This will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F Kennedy.
The famous MimiRichi Clowns are bringing their Paper World to life at the Mullingar Arts Centre on October 24.
Anastasia Steele, meet your Irish match. Fifty Shades of Grey is getting a - very - Irish makeover, as Fifty-one Shades of Maggie comes to the Mullingar Arts Centre.
After the success of Factory Girls in May 2012, Little Brother Productions are set to put their spin on the Ray Cooney comedy Why Not Stay For Breakfast? from October 16-18 at Mullingar Arts Centre.
Writer and casting director Nick McGinley has announced he’s bringing his dramatic story telling workshop to the Mullingar Arts Centre this October.