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One of the most highly anticipated stage productions on the Mayo entertainment calendar is just around the corner.
Knockmore’s shining equestrian star Michael G Duffy is certainly a man with a plan.
There’s a rising equestrian star in Knockmore, Ballina.
Athlone Musical Society will present the musical favourite Oklahoma! in the Dean Crowe Theatre from Saturday March 2 to Saturday March 9.
The Joe Dolan Festival comes back to Mullingar on August bank holiday weekend from August 3-5.
Throughout his singing career, Joe Dolan’s energetic and charismatic stage performances thrilled audiences throughout the world. His brother Ben shared the stage with his younger brother for 47 fun-filled years. Who better than Ben to tell the stories behind Joe’s songs, and highlight Joe’s successful singing career.
My Brother Joe is the title of a new live concert show featuring Ben Dolan, brother of the late, and much loved entertainer, Joe Dolan. It will be coming to the Royal Theatre Castlebar on Saturday, July 14 and tickets cost €22.65. Throughout his singing career, Joe Dolan’s energetic and charismatic stage performances thrilled audiences throughout the world. His brother Ben shared the stage with his younger brother for 47 fun-filled years. Who better than Ben to tell the stories behind Joe’s songs, and highlight Joe’s successful singing career.
ONE OF the best-loved Galway restaurants of recent years has been Nimmo’s on the Spanish Arch and the eateries’ many devotees will be delighted to learn that Harriet Leander, the genial Finnish chef who did so much to establish its reputation, has just published a wonderful book, entitled Nimmo’s; Anecdotes and Recipes, combining recipes of favourite Nimmo’s dishes with a wealth of great stories and illustrations.
It is June 25 1967 and the world is watching The Beatles perform ‘All You Need Is Love’ on Our World, the first live satellite global television production. It is the Summer of Love, London is swinging, the economy is booming, there is the sexual revolution, and jobs and possibilities are endless
I am sure many of you are sick to the teeth of the never ending doom and gloom that pervades our every working hour. On a positive note it would appear that we are saving like never before and, while I do realise there are some who are put to the pin of their collar to make ends meet, many are stashing away a few bob for whatever may lie ahead. We all need a boost every so often, so what I am suggesting is that you earmark some of the saving for eating out.