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Entertainment News from North Cork, South Tipperary, East Limerick and West Waterford.

Ivan Ilic and ‘Bookworms’ at Friars’ Gate

On Friday, 19th May at 8pm, pianist Ivan Ilic returns to Friars’ Gate Theatre, Kilmallock with a programme featuring works by Haydn, Beethoven, Reicha, and...

French visitors showcase Breton dancing in Ballyduff

The Fermoy-Ploemeur Twinning Association hosted a successful concert featuring Breton dancing and music, along with a range of traditional Irish music and dance, in...

Starting gun sounds for music marathon

Now in its 5th year, the music marathon concept has proved a lucrative one for the fundraising arm of Fermoy hospital.  The event that takes place in...

Sarah performs in symphony orchestra

A Presentation Secondary School student from Mitchelstown had 'a very enjoyable week’ after being selected as part of a 62 team group to perform...

International film festival success for Reece Treacy

‘Jimmy and Sophie’, a short film produced by local filmmakers Girish Patel and Carmel Barrett and starring Coláiste an Chraoibhín student Reece Treacy, has...

Orpheus Choir entertain in Watergrasshill

Those who oversee the running of First Fruits Arts Centre in Watergrasshill are committed to offering patrons a variety of top class entertainment. On Saturday night last,...

Fermoy’s Songshop for Kids’ annual presentation

Come and witness Fermoy's huge singing potential in Hilary Reynolds' Songshop for Kids' annual presentation on Saturday, April 1st 2017 at 7.30pm in the...

Jeff Scroggins band for Kilworth

Jeff Scroggins and Colorado, an award winning 5 piece Bluegrass Band from Colorado (as their name suggests), make a very welcome return to The...

‘Funny Money’ in Ardpatrick

The Hillside Players are delighted to present 'Funny Money' by Ray Cooney this spring. This is a hilarious comedy which begins when Henry Perkins, a...

Molanna Players bring ‘Sive’ to Glenroe

It’s show time! Glenroe Molanna players are proud to present this year’s performance of ‘Sive’ by the late John B. Keane. This classic follows...

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