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LITTLE RED Riding Hood, this year's Renmore Pantomime, opens at the Town Hall on Friday December 30, and promises to be a spectacular adventure of laughter, music, and song, scripted, as always by Panto Dame Peter Kennedy, and directed by AIMS award-winning twins Brian and Seán Power.
THE YEAR is 1962. Teenager Tracy and her friend Penny are watching The Corny Collins Show. When the chance to dance on the show arrives, Tracy quickly takes the opportunity.
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.
THERE IS now less than a week to go to the opening performance of this year’s Renmore Panto, Jack and the Beanstalk, and excitement is building among all involved, none moreso than Richard Brown, who plays the lead role of Jack.
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.
REHEARSALS ARE in full swing for Renmore's 37th pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk, scripted by veteran panto dame Peter Kennedy, and directed by AIMS award-winning brothers Brian and Seán Power.
A GROUP of children in rural Louisiana, with little to do and not much to look forward to, befriend a criminal on the run, known only as 'The Man', but who the children come to think is Jesus Christ returned to earth.
THE 37TH annual Renmore pantomime will be Jack and the Beanstalk, scripted by Peter Kennedy and directed by Brian and Seán Power, and auditions take place this weekend and next week.