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LITTLE SHOP Of Horrors, the comedy rock musical about a hapless florist shop worker who raises a plant that feeds on humans, is coming to the Town Hall
Castlebar Musical and Dramatic Society is delighted to present the all-time family favourite musical ‘Annie’ from March 5 – 7 at 8pm nightly in St Mary’s Hall, GMIT, Castlebar, with an additional matinee performance on March 7 at 2.30pm. Tiered seating is an exciting new addition to St Mary’s Hall, GMIT this year. Tickets are available online now at www.cmds.ie and from Kilkelly Travel, Market Square, Castlebar or from any cast member.
THE FLAMING Lips, the three-time Grammy Award winning psychedelic indie-rock band, and one of Q magazine’s ‘50 Bands to See Before You Die’, have announced they are coming back to Galway this summer.
GALWAY MUSICAL Society encamps in The Black Box Theatre for the first week of May with its bravura staging of The Hired Man, which is based on Melvyn Bragg's stirring novel of Cumbrian rural and industrial working life.
Well, what a varied week of events we have had locally, nationally and indeed internationally!
THE FLAMING Lips, the three-time Grammy Award winning psychedelic indie-rock band, and one of Q magazine’s ‘50 Bands to See Before You Die’, play their only Irish gig at this year's Galway International Arts Festival.
OKLAHOMA WAS recently voted the manliest state in the USA, prompting radio talk show host Joe Cristiano to investigate if the manliest men, in the manliest state in the Union, were willing to discuss their mothers live on air.
The Patrician Musical Society is back on song and the group will present the hilarious musical comedy How the West Wasn’t Won in the Town Hall Theatre for four nights at 8pm from October 5 to 8.
HOW THE West Wasn't Won, a new comedy musical by Peter Kennedy, parodying Calamity Jane, Annie Get Your Gun, and Oklahoma! is to be staged by the Galway Patrician Musical Society.
CHRISTMAS IS almost upon us and along with the mince pies, roast turkey and a beardy fat man in a red suit, Galwegians can also look forward, as always, to the Renmore Panto. This year’s offering is Jack and The Beanstalk, scripted by Panto Dame Peter Kennedy and directed by AIMS award-winning twins Brian and Seán Power.