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Legendary balladeers, The Wolfe Tones, will bring their brand new stage show to Mullingar Arts Centre on Saturday August 22. Featuring all of their hits, as well as brand new material from their most recent compositions, this special theatre show will bring their fans on a musical journey through the last 45 legendary years with The Wolfe Tones. The Mullingar performance, featuring a special visual backdrop to illustrate each song, promises to be a special celebration of folk and ballad music.
Olive Whelan, director of Olive Whelan’s Mullingar School of Drama, is proud to announce that one of Ireland’s leading celebrities is to visit the school this Saturday, September 5.
How do you take poetry out off the page and turn it into a theatrical event that leaves audiences begging for more?
Lydia Lynne is about to embark on her first visit to Ireland. She has built up an army of followers who swear by her gift, including Leona Lewis, Robbie Williams, Lee Ryan, and many more celebrities.
Hannah Montana and High School Musical fans are sure to get the Best of Both Worlds on Saturday October 24 at Mullingar Arts Centre when it stages a fantastic Hannah Montana / High School Musical tribute show.
Mullingar Choral Society have accepted an invitation to take part in a benefit concert in aid of the Army Benevolent Fund and the Stroke Unit at Mullingar Hospital. The concert takes place on Thursday November 5 in Mullingar Arts Centre.
Pictured in advance of the upcoming gala concert on Thursday November 5 in aid of the North Westmeath Hospice, Society of Saint Vincent De Paul and the Defence Forces Benevolent Fund, are (L-R): Sgt Lorraine Bracken, Cristy Neary, Arts Centre; Comdt John Prendergast 2 I/C 4 FAR; Enda Breslin, regional president Society of St Vincent de Paul; Capt Declan Witson, Band of 4 Western Brigade; BS Noel Gibney; RQMS Liam Rushe 54 Regt Res; BQMS Willy Reilly; Simon Tormey, Mullingar Choral Society; and BS Eugene O’Reilly.
It’s been a good year for The Aftermath. With three top 20 singles under their belt, Mulllingar’s mod-poppers have just been named in the Hot Press 250 Greatest Irish Albums of All Time, as voted for by Irish musicians, for their debut album Friendlier Up Here.
Fastnet Films is currently scouting for teenage and adult non-actors (ie no experience required) to act in their drama feature film The Other Side of Sleep. They are looking for adults from the Midlands from the age of 20 to 75. The two teenage age groups they are interested in are 14-16 year-old girls and 17-20 year old boys.
The Reunion Show returns home next month, on Wednesday February 3 when it plays in Mullingar Arts Centre.