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Following on from the successful productions of Oklahoma, Back to the 80s, and Les Miserables in recent years, this year the talented students of St Joseph’s School, Rochfortbridge present a musical extravaganza A Night at the Musicals from December 4-7.
RICHARD HALTON, who performed the title role in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of The Opera in London’s West End for six years, is coming to Galway.
The Kilkenny Musical Society was well represented last week as four members took part in a Wexford production of the musical Beauty and the Beast.
Phantom of the Opera, one of the most renowned stage performances of all times, celebrates its 25th anniversary with a concert from the Royal Albert Hall London at 6.30pm on Sunday. Galway theatre fans will have the opportunity to view the once-off performance with an exclusive broadcast live from the EYE Cinema.
Shannon Dance Academy is delighted to announce it has a fantastic new website. For information on the academy, wonderful images, and an insight into the ethos of Shannon Dance Academy, visit www.shannondanceacademy.com.
The earliest reference to ‘moving pictures’ in Galway that I have come across dates from 1909, when The Enterprise Animated Picture Company came to the Court Theatre in Middle Street with its cinematography performances and variety entertainments. “Rarely has such an opportunity been given to the people of Galway of viewing in animated pictures the most sensational events of real life and drama. Those from real life included Boxing Champions and Logging in Sweden, while other titles included Nocturnal Thieves, A Constable Please, The Pony Express, and Fairy Presents. The pictures come in ever-changing variety and there are no exasperating delays.” The Court Theatre had 500 seats and was also known as The Racquet Court.
Due to the overwhelming response to Colm Wilkinson’s sell-out concerts last year the musical legend is coming back to the Royal Theatre Castlebar on Saturday week, November 13 with his Broadway and Beyond show.
Shannon Dance Academy based in St Mary’s National School, Athlone, re-opens its doors on September 6.
Locals in Mayo have grown accustomed in recent years to seeing big names lining up at The Royal Theatre in Castlebar and no longer blink an eyelid on learning that stars such as Willie Nelson, Bryan Adams, or Snow Patrol are coming to town. Indeed, the association of Castlebar as a stop-off point for the rich and famous is now so ingrained that it would not surprise us if Kylie or Beyonce made an appearance. Why the fuss?
A selection of Kilkenny’s finest musicians, singers and theatre performers will come together on June 24 to showcase a collection of the best loved theatre songs taken from shows as diverse as “Les Miserables”, “Tarzan”, “Phantom of the Opera”, “The Little Mermaid” and many more.