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  • Oh yes it is - Castlebar Pantomime is back with a bang! -
    county town Many will be familiar with the much loved story of The Little Mermaid Ariel who dreams of being able to live on land and live happily ever after with her dashing prince In order to get her wish and exchange her tail for legs the mermaid has to give Ursula the enchantress something in return her voice Will it all be worth it Or will some other evil

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  • Hozier - In Photos -
    Theatre Castlebar Photo Ger Duffy Hozier at The Royal Theatre Castlebar Photo Ger Duffy Hozier at The Royal Theatre Castlebar Photo Ger Duffy Hozier at The Royal Theatre Castlebar Photo Ger Duffy Hozier at The Royal Theatre Castlebar Photo Ger Duffy Hozier at The Royal Theatre Castlebar Photo Ger Duffy Hozier at The Royal Theatre Castlebar Photo Ger Duffy Hozier at The Royal Theatre Castlebar Photo Ger Duffy Hozier at

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  • Beyond the Barricade - feat. songs from Les Miserables -
    survival of the human spirit Ex convict Jean Valjean Patrick Lacken is hunted for decades by the ruthless policeman Javert Michael Slater after he breaks parole When Valjean agrees to care for factory worker Fantine s Tara Doherty young daughter Cosette their lives change forever Featuring show stopping classics from the musical phenomenon that is Les Miserables including I Dreamed A Dream Bring Him Home One Day More Master of

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  • CHRISTY MOORE POSTPONED DUE TO HEALTH ISSUES -
    2nd has now been postponed as a result of a continual viral infection which Christy has been dealing with over the Christmas period Christy is improving but is not 100 just yet and Christy apologises for inconveinence caused to all ticketholders A rescheduled date of Sat 28th Feb has now been confirmed and all tickets will be valid for the new date or alternatively refund is available at point of

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  • Review of David Gray at The Royal Theatre -
    track meanwhile pulsed along as music box piano melded to chugging acoustic guitars showcasing the variety of sounds that Gray s band is capable of A show like this is built to be enjoyed in the seated confines of a theatre and with each of the newer songs being multi layered epics with extended running times and passages of light and shade the theatre setting gave the audience the chance to enjoy every nuance of their performance With such dense soundscapes the aural quality of the show was critical and tonight pleasingly it was faultless with instruments cutting through crisply and cleanly while layered vocal harmonies blended in chorus Gray s band is filled with consummate musicians with each playing an important part Irish guitarist David Kitt who had earlier opened the night with a brief solo set added subtle guitar passages vocals and occasional piano whilst local girl Niamh Farrell provided exquisite harmonies as evidenced on Kathleen Cello player Caroline Dale meanwhile added colourful touches particularly with her beautifully melodic solo during Last Summer David Gray s on stage persona meanwhile was a mishmash of different guises Although for the most part he is essentially piano man balladeer and troubadour he burst into life during the more energetic explosions in his show coming across like a game show host come evangelical preacher come well demented lunatic First urging the crowd to their feet during Cake And Eat It and later during The One I Love his shtick was truly engaging and raised even the most rooted of the well mannered Castlebar crowd to their feet With new album duly promoted the second half of the show delved into Gray s extensive back catalogue and included a host of tracks from ubiquitous turn of the millennium world conquering album White Ladder A sublime My Oh My dedicated to Manchester United striker Marouane Fellaini was followed by Eyes Wide Open which highlighted just what a powerful voice Gray possesses With his notes soaring over the widescreen dream state version of the song that the band brought to life it was a spine tingling performance With band leaving the stage Gray took the crowd back to how it all began for him performing an intimate solo set that featured some of his earliest material including Irish hit single Late Night Radio Introducing Shine the first song from 1993 s debut album A Century Ends meanwhile he revealed that It s tradition for me to play this song the first time I play in a venue In a telling revelation of the dedication and longevity of his Irish fan base the airing received one of the loudest applauses of the night The undeniable highlight of the evening however was an explosive extended take on Please Forgive Me The opening track from his most famous album it was a performance that was simply euphoric Bursting with energy the remarkable drum patterns provided by Keith Prior anchored the song as the show improbably turned into

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  • Castlebar Christmas Market - Sunday 21st December! -
    for one day only On the 21st of December you can see the big man himself before he gets to work Come along and let the little ones meet Santa in his grotto Not only is there plenty of opportunities to pick up that last minute Christmas gift we have tons of giveaways on the day One lucky attendee will even walk away with a brand new Playstation 4 The

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  • Some Twitter reaction to David Gray's Castlebar show! -
    The show was brilliant and I throughly enjoyed it Hope you did too pic twitter com OgYygq0YbA Michael Molloy MayomanMolloy December 9 2014 DavidGray Castlebar TheRoyal Cbar pic twitter com 8htUvrjNIg thanks David Great gig Niall McLoughlin mcloughlinniall December 9 2014 David Gray Royal Theatre Castlebar http t co xfrzuCcpLS Terry Lyons TerrydLyons December 9 2014 Thanks very much to DavidGray for coming to play Castlebar As spokesman for the

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  • The Royal News now available online! -
    new publication The Royal News is now available to view online Many of you will have seen it around shops and business in Mayo over the past week with many of you receiving it through your door If you did

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