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Next year marks the 70th anniversary of the first show performed by St Mary’s Choral Society; now the Ballinrobe Musical Society. The musical committee spent many weeks deliberating and finally reached the unanimous decision to perform American composer and lyricist Jill Santiorello’s award winning show A Tale of Two Cities based on Charles Dickens’ popular novel. Set in both London and Paris at the beginning of the French revolution, A Tale of Two Cities has a rich mix of comedy, tragedy, conflict, love and resolution, combined with a score that will raise the roof.
Acorn Theatre Co make a welcome return to The Town Hall Theatre Ballinasloe with their production of Unforgiven by Leitrim based John McDwyer this November 3-5.
Ballinrobe Musical Society have launch their new production for 2011, the revised world première of Come The Dawn, written and composed by Peter Kennedy. Kennedy has been with the society for some 13 years as producer/choreographer; however this will be the first time the society has undertaken one of Peter's own shows. As the society had been so warmly received and rewarded for the efforts of The Pirate Queen earlier this year, it was felt that it was important to continue telling our stories.
Ballinrobe Musical Society is in mourning this week following the death, after a short illness, of their much-loved musical director Noel Kirrane.
Well-known Robeen man Pat McGovern has won the prize for the best photograph taken at this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade in Ballinrobe.
The annual Association of Irish Musical Societies Awards nominations were announced last week and Ballinrobe musical society has been nominated in six categories, including the coveted Best Overall Show category, for its production of Chess.
Rehearsals for Ballinrobe Musical Society’s production of The Pirate Queen will start on Monday October 12 at 8.30pm in the CBS parish centre.
Ballinrobe Musical Society, who perform the world amateur premiere of the story of Mayo’s own Granuaile next February, have announced a major sponsorship deal with Irish Pride. Irish Pride, one of the country’s leading bread brands, has a long and proud association with Ballinrobe, as the company is a major employer in the region thanks to their local bakery on the town’s Abbey Street.
Ballinrobe Musical Society members, deep in rehearsal for their 2010 offering The Pirate Queen, have just received some stunning news – the musical geniuses behind Riverdance and Les Miserábles have confirmed they will attend the final performance of the show.