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PATRICK/PUSSY Braden, love child of an errant priest and a local girl is the most flamboyant character in the border town of Tyreelin. Bored with life in 1970s Ireland, he heads to London in search of his mother and a glamtastic new life.
The fruition of numerous hours of theatrical rehearsal cohesion culminated with an immensely enthralling and colourful opening performance from the cast of Athlone Musical Society as they brought 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' to life in the surrounds of the Dean Crowe Theatre.
Castlebar Musical and Dramatic Society is delighted to present the all-time family favourite musical ‘Annie’ from March 5 – 7 at 8pm nightly in St Mary’s Hall, GMIT, Castlebar, with an additional matinee performance on March 7 at 2.30pm. Tiered seating is an exciting new addition to St Mary’s Hall, GMIT this year. Tickets are available online now at www.cmds.ie and from Kilkelly Travel, Market Square, Castlebar or from any cast member.
A week of enthralling entertainment awaits as Athlone Musical Society grace the Dean Crowe Theatre stage with their production 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.'
If you are in need of some light relief and entertainment after weeks of election talk, then the hilarious musical - 9 to 5 - will provide the perfect antidote.
It’s that exciting time of year again when the cast, chorus and crew of Claremorris Musical Society are busy putting the final touches to their 14th annual production to be staged in Claremorris Town Hall and Concert Theatre from January 29 – February 1 at 8pm nightly.
An Irish dance show with a difference will grace the Roscommon Arts Centre stage as the Kristyn Fontanella Dance production of 'IN LiMBO' embarks on a national tour.
LIKE THE festive lights on Shop Street and Quay Street and the Continental Market and big wheel in Eyre Square, The Renmore Pantomime features prominently in the mind of Galwegians when it comes to Christmas in the city. Having celebrated its 40th anniversary in October, The Renmore Panto has been a cornerstone in the local community, raising money for a selected charity while providing a spectacular feast of entertainment which the whole family can enjoy.
ONE OF the most enjoyable shows I have seen this year was Brú Theatre’s Selvage, written and performed by James Riordan and first staged in The Mick Lally Theatre in March. Selvage now returns to the Town Hall Theatre for one night only, on Tuesday November 26.
ON BANK Holiday Sunday, October 27, in the Clayton Hotel, nine acts will take to the stage to emulate their idols and perform a range of crowd pleasing songs to raise funds for the Galway Autism Partnership.