Search Results for 'dance'
10 results found.
The first exciting flickers of the Linenhall Arts Centre’s autumn programme are appearing on the horizon and it looks like there will be another hugely diverse and appetizing menu of live music and theatre performances to enjoy in Castlebar come September.
Castlebar Pantomime will be presenting Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, today and tomorrow at 7.45pm, with 2.45pm matinees on Saturday and Sunday.
The Mayo county final of Special Olympics Our School's Got Talent, in association with Supermac’s, took place in Royal Theatre Castlebar last Friday night, with 25 acts competing for a place in this year’s Connacht final.
The Cellar Bar in Kilkenny’s Smithwicks brewery was the place to be on Wednesday evening this week, as this year’s Celtic Festival officially got under way.
GAA president Christy Cooney will officially launch Galway’s hosting of Feile na nGael 2011 in Loughrea this evening.
2manyDJs are about to hit Castlebar
A charity mock wedding which takes place this St Valentine’s weekend aims to raise vital funds for a local cancer organisation.
This autumn, the medieval city of Kilkenny will once again play host to the Kilkenny Celtic Festival. The 2010 festival will commence on Wednesday September 29 and run through to Sunday October 3.
Na Céimeanna Beaga dance group who are made up of Tommie McHale (Ballina), Louise Dunne (Westport), Ronan Kelly (Ballaghaderreen), Liadh McGrath (Pullathomas), and Jamie Reape (Enniscrone) made it through the semi-final stage on Glas Vegas, the popular talent show on TG4 last Sunday night. They are now one of the final four out of the original 900 acts who started the competition. These young dancers are having an amazing time and are attracting a lot of interest as they dazzle audiences with their intricate steps. They will have to perform two new routines and these will be devised by their teacher Sylvan Kelly of the Sylvan Kelly school of dance. You can look forward to some more breathtaking dancing during the final of the current series of Glas Vegas which will be broadcast on TG4 at 8.30pm next Sunday. The show will be repeated on Tuesday at 11pm.
FROM FIRESIDE family music sessions in a little tavern in Gweedore, Co Donegal, in the 1960s and 1970s to major international success with ‘Theme From Harry’s Game’, ‘Robin (The Hooded Man)’ and ‘In A Lifetime’ in the 1980s, Clannad came a long way.