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Parke group stage laugh-out-loud comedy Drinking Habits

Parke Drama Group are bringing their production of the outragous comedy Drinking Habits to the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar, next Wednesday and Thursday (April 23 and 24) evening at 8 pm.

Taoiseach turns sod on Parke project

The Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially turned the sod on a new extension to Parke Community Centre on Monday.

Parke Arts and Drama group are back on stage

Parke Arts and Drama presents The Maiden Aunt, a hilarious three act comedy written by Jimmy Keary and directed by Michael Rice. The Maiden Aunt tells the story of Dan and Mary Murphy as they play host to Mary's elderly aunt, the formidable Gertie O'Grady who is convalescing after a spell in hospital. With high hopes of getting into Aunt Gertie's will Dan and Mary find they have their work cut out for them and when Gertie apparently ‘dies’ Dan comes up with an elaborate plan to get their hands on her money. Meanwhile Dan and Mary's son John Paul, an aspiring musician, is busy planning on hitting the big time.

Parke Arts and Drama

Rehearsals are now in full swing for The Maiden Aunt, a hilarious three act comedy written by Jimmy Keary.

Parke Arts and Drama

Auditions for the next play, a three act comedy, will take place on Tuesday October 16 at 8.30pm in Parke Community Centre.

Parke Arts and Drama group gear up for the future

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Following on from their recent run at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar of their production of Jimmy Keary’s, Fortunes and Misfortunes - Parke Arts and Drama Group are looking towards their next big project. The group will get things moving when they hold their AGM, next Thursday night at 9pm in the Parke Community Centre at 9pm. At the meeting consideration will be given to their next production and the charity they will be supporting from it.

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.

Parke Arts and Drama Group

The drama group will present Fortunes and Misfortunes, a three act comedy by Jimmy Keary, from March 1 to March 4 in the Parke Community Centre.

Parke Arts and Drama Group

This year the group is looking to expand its membership. So if you are a budding actor, director, producer, or stage manager go along to the first meeting on Tuesday September 13 at 8pm in Parke Community Centre, or contact Vincent on 087 410 6496, email [email protected]

Out and about in Mayo

Ballinrobe Musical Society presents Come the Dawn

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