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Mayo island on insightful new TV3 series

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Television viewers across Ireland are to get an insight into life on Mayo’s furthermost outpost - the tiny island of Inishturk, located 14 kilometes off the coastline. It has a population of just 55 people.

Parke Arts and Drama group are coming back to the Royal

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March,have returned to the The Royal Theatre Castlebar with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three-act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

Parke Arts and Drama group are coming back to the Royal

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March, returns to the stage this July in The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Thursday, July 12 with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

Parke Arts and Drama group are coming back to the Royal

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March, returns to the stage this July in The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Thursday, July 12 with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

The award winning Parke Arts and Drama group returns to the stage

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March, returns to the stage this March with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

Kings of Leon to hit the big screen in Castlebar

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After rocking Slane Castle to its foundations only a few weeks ago, the Kings of Leon will be taking to the silver screen in Castlebar on June 25. Mayo Movie World will show Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon, a unique insight into one of the biggest bands on the planet. Now a global phenomenon, the film charts their humble beginnings in the deep South, from struggling with the grasp of God and the pleasures of the Devil through alcohol, recreational drugs, and most importantly, the rock n' roll that would make them superstars, to signing a record deal and selling out stadiums worldwide. Featuring interviews with the full band – Caleb, Nathan, Jared, and Matthew Followill, plus exclusive footage of other family members and influential figures in the band's lives and career, this is the first time their tremendous journey has been documented. Talihina Sky is the definitive story of the Kings of Leon, told in their own words. The film will be followed by a live via satellite Q&A with the band from the Edinburgh film festival. The screening kicks off at 8.30pm on June 25 and tickets are available from www.mayomovieworld.ie and from the box office.

Carlow saddened by death of salesman

Carlow town was shocked and saddened to hear of the death of popular insurance salesman John Fingleton last weekend.

 

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