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Stagecoach Mayo, the lively and vibrant theatre arts school for children and teens, is offering a two week trial for new students, starting this Saturday (April 18) at the Sacred Heart School, Westport.
A number of Mayo secondary schools are standing well up the ranks of the prestigious Sunday Times guide to the top 400 schools in the country.
Alanna Lally was the toast of Galway athletics on Saturday when she claimed the 800m title at the Irish Schools Track and Field Championships in Tullamore.
The Mayo centre, part of the successful children’s theatre school network founded 26 years ago, has confirmed they will perform Dream On! by Malcom Sircom - the smash hit musical adaptation of A Midsummer Nights Dream.
Three young people from Mayo are hoping to win national honours for their volunteer work with their local No Name Club.
Westport has a jam-packed programme of free events planned over four days to celebrate Ireland’s patron saint in the shadow of his holy mountain this St Patrick’s weekend.
Give your child a confidence boost in 2014. The two week taster sessions at Stagecoach Mayo for the spring term start this Saturday January 18. Stagecoach Mayo, part of the world's largest theatre school network, has announced a two week taster session for new children this Saturday at 10am in Sacred Heart School, Westport. The schools, which are complementary, yet independent of normal academic study, train children and teenagers in quality classes each week in dance, drama, and singing.
The curtain finally came down on the FAI Post Primary Schools First Year Futsal finals on Wednesday last (December 4) in Franciscan College, Gormanston. The girls from Sacred Heart School in Westport put in some awesome performances throughout the day to claim their respective titles in fine style. This year’s format saw the participating schools play 15 minute games with schools playing each other twice, resulting in a total of six games each. Thus ensuring that top of the leader board status would guarantee the prestigious title. Some pulsating ties ensued as it was all to play for in the opening battles The girls’ section had a clear cut winner with the Westport girls proving decisive in front of goal. Seamas MacEachmharcaigh’s crew won all six games, scored 17 goals, and only conceded three times to claim top spot on the leader board with 12 points generated.
Stagecoach Theatre Arts has confirmed an exciting and exclusive discovery session this Saturday for their brand new part time theatre school at Sacred Heart School, Westport.
Stagecoach, the world's largest part-time theatre school network for children, this year celebrates its 25th anniversary— a clear indication of its popularity in Ireland with seven successful centres in Dublin, Belfast, Galway, and Clare, training children in professional dance, drama, and singing classes each Saturday. The eighth and latest will open on Saturday September 21 at the Sacred Heart School, Westport.