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‘A Night At The Palace’ – Variety Show May 22nd & 23rd @7:30pm

‘A Night At The Palace’ – Variety Show May 22nd & 23rd @7:30pm

Roll up!! Roll up!! for a night of high class entertainment at the Palace Theatre Fermoy. Thursday the 22nd and Friday the 23rd of May are the dates to remember for ‘A Night At The Palace’ – A Variety Show celebrating Fermoy’s Theatrical Talent.

The variety show features performances from many of the talented groups who call the Palace Theatre home such as Starstruck Studios, Fermoy Musical Society, Stephens School of Performing Arts, and The Montfort School of Performing Arts. We will also be joined by the talents of Fermoy Comhaltas and John O’Mahoney – a member of the Fermoy Active Retirement Group and Finalist in the over 60’s Talent Competition.

We will also be joined by a host of Special Guests – West End Stars, Professional Dancers, Singers and musicians. There is something for every age and every taste.

ANNOUNCEMENT

Michael Sands

We are delighted to announce that West End Star Michael Sands will make a special guest appearance in A Night at the Palace. Michael is perhaps best known to Cork audiences for his role as Captain Von Trapp in the record-breaking runs of The Sound of Music at Cork Opera House and his critically acclaimed portrayal of Sweeney Todd at both the Everyman Palace and Cork Opera House. He has worked all over the world starring opposite such people as Michael Flatley in Riverdance, John Barrowman in Aspects of Love, Jason Donovan in Camelot, Topol in Fiddler on the Roof and Colm Wilkinson in Les Miserables. In 2012, Michael played Billy in Fermoy Musical Society’s Carousel and we are thrilled to welcome him back to the Palace stage.

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Performances are for two nights only – Thursday 22nd May & Friday 23rd May, 2014 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are €12 and are available from the Fermoy Community Youth Centre Box Office on 025 32042.

Don’t miss out get your tickets NOW!!

Categories: Dance, Drama, Fundraising, Music, Social, Theatre

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