Those of us who have been privileged to have experienced the truly magnificent production of John B. Keane’s “Sive” as presented in recent weeks by the wonderfully talented Banteer Drama Group have come away from the performance feeling uplifted and moved by the most impressive theatrical event. Here we share some 35 images (as promised in our initial post) from last Sunday night’s performance (18th Nov. 2018). And we also get to meet with the cast and members of the audience. Click on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Pictorial Feature of Banteer Drama Group’s Superb Production of “Sive””
Christmas Competition for Munster Drone Services. To enter, simply go to their Facebook page and follow the instructions.
Having represented Dublin in the Final of Miss Ireland 2018 Maria created awareness for the Irish Cancer Society by running the Dublin Mini Marathon. After completing her Masters in UCC she joined Asset Management in Dublin. Thrilled to be selected as Miss Dublin she prepared to full capacity for the mini marathon:
“Being the current Miss Dublin in this years Miss Ireland was an amazing platform and being a finalist allowed me to be a major advocate of charities special to me. It gave me the wonderful opportunity to raise necessary funds for Irish Cancer Research . I am so grateful to all the wonderful people who donated so generously and as a result €5,623.00 was raised. A massive Thank You to all who did contribute and for helping me support such a deserving cause.”
The death has occurred of Nora (Norrie) GUERIN (née Cronin)
Ballydaly. Passed away peacefully at University Hospital Kerry. Beloved wife of the late John and dear mother of Sheila, Mary, Dan and Jerome. Deeply regretted and sadly missed by her loving family, sister Hannah, daughters-in-law Eileen and Jessica, sons-in-law Denis and Michael, grandchildren, relatives, neighbours and friends. May She Rest in Peace.
Reposing at her son Dan’s home, Ballydaly, on Monday from 4pm to 7pm. Reception into Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Ballydaly, on Tuesday for 12 noon Mass, burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet. [RIP]
Looking at old Lawrence Collection photos from about 1910, the detail on top of the presbytery (1893) is fascinating. I assume it is a lightening conductor, but the design is so so unusual, does anyone know if there is some significance to the design?
That detail is gone now, but there across the road on the old boy’s national school there is a similar one which is striking to this day. That building was also erected in 1893. Does anyone know if there is some significance in them?
With the final performance on Sunday 25th Nov. 2018 at 8:30pm “Sive” performed by the Banteer Drama Group at Banteer’s Glen Theatre – a magnificent production with such a wonderfully authentic 1950s set – is such a superb theatrical experience with supremely talented Actors. Well done indeed to Directors of this excellent Drama Production – Tadhg O’Keeffe and Mary Ellis. Details from 029 – 56239. Here we share a selection of images from the most memorable Drama. Lots more pictures to follow later. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)