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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.
It’s that time of year ago when Claremorris Musical Society (CMS) begins preparations for yet another fantastic show to be staged in Claremorris Town Hall and Theatre from January 29 to February 1 next year.
WANT TO rock out and raise funds for charity? You can do both at the Galway Autism Partnership's LipSync Battle in the Clayton Hotel on Sunday October 27 at 7pm.
As opening night imminently approaches, the Athlone Musical Society cast of Chicago are rehearsing intensely ahead of curtain call in the Dean Crowe Theatre at 8pm this Saturday night, March 2.
Another fantastic musical season has ended for the cast and crew of award winning Claremorris Musical Society as they recently closed the curtains on their 13th annual production – “Big, The Musical”.
St Mary’s Secondary School, Ballina, is currently performing its “¡Mama Mia, Papa Mia!”musical which has a three-night run at the school, ending tonight, Friday, February 15. With a custom made set and in-house led production, under the guidance of director and script-writer, Mr Peter McLoughlin, Musical Director, Ms Regina Deacy and Choreographer, Ms Annette Leonard, the team also incorporates the talents of the Art Department led by Ms Renee Cronin and the team of Home Economics teachers, spearheaded by Ms Marie Clarke and Ms Regina Hallahan, coordinating costumes.
Athlone Musical Society are thrilled to stage their 2019 production 'Chicago' from March 2-9 in the Dean Crowe Theatre Athlone, with the company's production being the midlands premier of the much loved musical.
Westport Town Hall Theatre is a busy spot at the moment as preparations are in full swing to have the next Community Pantomime ready for January 2019. "The Wizard of Westport" by Brendan Williams will be staged in Westport Town Hall Theatre for seven shows from Tuesday January 1 to Sunday January 6, 2019.
ONE FATEFUL evening, 40 years ago, in the tiny kitchen of Renmore’s School Hall, the local curate, Seán O’Malley, suggested to some of his fellow badminton players that Renmore should produce a pantomime.
GMIT Mayo will host a Human Rights seminar in conjunction with the Rights Review Committee of Western Care Association and Mayo Self Advocacy, in the Mayo campus on Tuesday, October 16, at 6pm, as part of Mayo Social Inclusion week.