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“Female force” on anniversary of vote with “The Factory Girls”

In the hundred year anniversary of the movement that resulted in some women gaining the right to vote, Splódar Theatre Company is set to bring “The Factory Girls” by Frank Mc Guinness, pictured, to the Glens Centre Manorhamilton for a four night run from March 21st-March 24th.

The series of shows along with a special performance in Loughan house in Cavan sees the community theatre group continue to make the arts as accessible and relevant to as many as possible.



Neil Delamere

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Pensioner

One day Neil’s dad asked him to help deliver the Meals on Wheels. He agreed.  Little did they know that their lives would never be the same again. Except for the bits of their lives that didn’t change.
“You’ll be hard pressed to find a more gifted comic at the Fringe." ***** The Scotsman
“One lean, mean, comedy, killing machine. *****.” The Herald

The Hawk's Well
Fri 23 Mar, 2018


Stuart Moyles Live in Ballygawley

Country sensation Stuart Moyles will play in Kelly’s Bar, Ballygawley on Good Friday in aid of Ballygawley Community Park at 9pm.

Admission is optional on the door and there will be a monster raffle.

Further enquiries to ballygawleycommunitypark@yahoo.ie


Mossie Martin, Noelle and Sean Carroll for Coleman Concert

Sat 24 march

Mossie Martin
– (Fiddle), is originally from near Keadue, Co. Roscommon. He learned his music from Longford fiddler, Seamus Thompson. Mossie has played extensively abroad in recent years in Australia, France and Spain. He is a tutor with FETAC and currently teaches a PLC course in Traditional Irish music in Drumshanbo. Mossie is also a member of the All Ireland winning Dartry Ceili Band.

Noelle Carroll – (Flute), from Teesan, Drumcliffe, Co. Sligo. Noelle has been involved in teaching the younger members at the Fred Finn CCE branch over the past number of years and is also a member of the All-Ireland winning Dartry Ceili Band.

Sean Carroll – (Button Accordion), is from Teesan, Drumcliffe, Co. Sligo and is older brother of band member Noelle Carroll. He was taught to play accordion by his father Michael, originally from Co. Leitrim who played with the well-known Leitrim Ceili Group. Sean is also a member of the All Ireland winning Dartry Ceili Band.



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Markievicz Rd and Holborn St ,Sligo


Sligo's new Hen and Stag company 
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McGarrigles, O'Connell St, Sligo

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Live Music every Friday, Hargadon’s Pub
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O'Connell Street, Sligo



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The Arts in Sligo

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