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A BILL Murray movie is always time for celebration. Certainly one of the most beloved actors of all time, when he has a movie out you always have to see it - and he has been on an decent run lately, mainly thanks to his collaborations with Wes Anderson.
Preparations are well under way at Balla Secondary School for this year's musical which premieres on December 6 and 7. The school has always prided itself on its inclusive spirit and this year has decided to forgo a single musical show to instead present a selection of numbers from some well-loved shows such as Grease, Oliver, and Annie.
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MORE THAN 50 years after it premiered on London’s West End, Lionel Bart’s classic musical Oliver! remains as much-loved as ever. Now Galway audiences can look forward to a new staging of the show from Brian and Sean Powers’ Twins Production Company which takes to the Town Hall Theatre stage next week.
The next screening of the Westport Film Club will take place in Westport Cineplex on Wednesday October 5 at 8.45pm with a screening of Beginners. From Mike Mills, the writer/director of Thumbsucker, comes a new comedy drama about how deeply funny and transformative life can be, even in its most serious moments. Beginners unfolds through two intertwined storylines of Oliver and his father, Hal: in the present day, Oliver grudgingly attends a Halloween party where he meets Anna, an alluring French actress. But even as their budding courtship progresses, Oliver finds himself constantly dwelling upon his recently deceased father’s last years. At the age of 75, shortly after the death of his wife, Oliver’s father Hal came out of the closet.
Local photographer ‘Maria Of Kilkenny’ is to be featured this Monday evening on RTE’s popular Nationwide programme.
The funeral has taken place of Stephen Gannon, the Roscommon farmer whose life was claimed in a farming accident earlier this week.
The leading boys of the upcoming musical Oliver by Kilkenny Musical Society’s are rehearsing hard to perfect their challenging roles of Oliver and the artful Dodger.
Preparations have been under way over the last few weeks in St Joseph’s Secondary School Castlebar for this years transition year musical production, Lionel Bart’s musical, Oliver. This show has had a recent West End revival, thanks to last years BBC talent show, I’d do anything and the girls at St Jo’s, already familiar with the songs from the TV show and the film, are delighted to be putting on their own Oliver performance