Glen Theatre’s Presentation of “Many Young Men of Twenty”

It’s Finally SHOWTIME and the Glen Theatre Banteer are delighted to present …..

🤗🎟 Many Young Men of Twenty 🎟🤗
Directed by: Dave Nagle

A funny and compelling play dealing with emigration and the lack of jobs at home that forced people to leave their native Ireland for England.

Opening next weekend:
Fri 4th & Sun 6th March 2022

For tickets call 📞 029-56239 📞

We thank Marie Bourke of the Glen Theatre for the Poster. Tap on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

Message of Thanks and Further Information from Mushera Wind Aware Group

Mushera Wind Aware.
On Saturday February 26th. we gave people the opportunity to sign a petition against a wind farm in Ballinagree/ Mushera Mountain. We would like to thank everyone who turned out to support us and everyone who helped in any way. We will not name names because  we would definitely leave somebody out but we are greatful for all the support.

We were also delighted to welcome Liadh Ni Riada, Sinn Fein candidate for Cork North West who came from Coolea to assure us of her continuing support.

We know that many people were not able to make it to sign the petition on Saturday so with that in mind, they can text their name and address to any one of the following numbers and we will add them to the petition.

087 412 6175

087 640 3530

086 062 1269

A lot of people asked about a public meeting and why we haven’t held one. The fact is that we are afraid to in case we would be the cause of an outbreak of Covid. This restricts us very much because we know that many of you want to get involved and help fight this proposed development. We are doing the best we can by making opportunity available to sign the petition.

Again thanks to everyone.


“Where the Road Takes Me” at 7pm this Sunday on C103

We thank Presenter, John Greene for advance information on this Sunday evening’s programme – 27th Feb. 2022 at 7pm on C103.  (S.R.)

Where The Road Takes Me – Sunday 27th Feb.

Many radio presenters today cut their teeth or learned their trade during the Pirate Radio era, which ended on the night of Saturday December 31st 1988.

WKLR, based in Bandon, was one of the stations that closed permanently, as Minister Ray Burke’s broadcasting bill brought badly needed control and regulation to the radio industry in Ireland.

Some presenters from WKLR went on to a fulltime career on Independent radio, while others followed a different career.

This week on Where the road takes me, John Greene speaks to Martin Murphy and Paul Sheehan, two former presenters from the station.

Martin became an Airline Captain and instructor, flying out of Heathrow and Gatwick airports to European and African Countries.

Paul Sheehan became Campaigns and Communications Manager with Cork Simon.

It’s an in depth look at the Airline Industry, but also the constant battle to provide vital services to those who struggle to survive on a daily basis in Cork.

Where the road takes me – this Sunday evening at 7 on C103. [read more …] ““Where the Road Takes Me” at 7pm this Sunday on C103″