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Following rave reviews from his sold-out debut concert last spring, Emmet Cahill returns to the Mullingar Arts Centre this coming July 26 and 27 for two very special nights of music and song.
A one-man theatrical piece gallops into the Mullingar Arts Centre on July 6. Actor Pius McGrath tells of the journey one young man takes to find his place through his vicarious lifestyle and sexual exploits.
John O’Shea is quickly establishing himself as one of Ireland’s best young musicians. Having studied for many years with Michael O’Toole at the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, John went on to complete his studies with a Masters in Guitar Performance at the USC Thornton School of Music in Los Angeles - one of the world’s leading guitar schools.
Mullingar has produced some fine performing talent to date, and Emmet Cahill (22) is a man whose time has certainly come!
Tired of all the gloom and doom stories we hear all day long? Feeling the need to kick-off the traces a bit, let the hair down, relax and enjoy a bit of down-home hootenanny, Irish-style? Come on down to the Mullingar Arts Centre - they have just the remedy…
There’s a treat in store at the Mullingar Arts Centre on Saturday May 18, an evening packed with an astonishing variety of entertainment.
Following on from the success of Macbeth, the highly acclaimed Icarus Theatre Collective will be presenting a bold and exciting new production of Shakespeare’s most tragic tale - Romeo and Juliet, at Mullingar Arts Centre on Monday May 13 and Tuesday May 14, as part of their international tour.
The appropriately-named Box of Frogs is to play in the Mullingar Arts Centre at the end of this month as part of a newly launched national campaign to reduce the stigma around discussing mental health.
After a sell-out run at the Mullingar Arts Centre two weeks ago, Rail Theatre Company’s production of Move Over Mrs Markham has been scheduled for a re-run next month; suarely the ultimate accolade for any theatrical production!
Mullingar Arts Centre is giving a group of talented local students the opportunity to strut their stuff – not on the stage, but behind the scenes, in a directorial capacity.