Millstreet Community Hospital are looking to renovate their palliative care room in the hospital and are in need of your help. If you can come to our concert on the 8th of December it would be greatly appreciated.Tickets are available at Millstreet Hospital and from local outlets. [read more …] “Christmas Concert in Millstreet Church”
Tonight’s heat of Millstreet’s Got Talent takes place at the Bush Bar starting at 9:30pm. Following that, The Kickers who hail from the Clondrohid area are playing a return gig in The Bush Bar at 10:30pm. A great night guaranteed, everyone welcome!
Tomorrow Saturday’s Millstreet’s Got Talent Qualifier takes place in the Clara Inn.
Aubane’s John F Kelleher is set to take Bandon by storm on this coming Weekend with his particapation in a Strictly Come Dancing Competition in Bandon which is being held in aid of Bandon Community Hospital,the Event kicks off on this coming Friday Night in the GAA Pavilion in Bandon, John will take to the Floor with his Partner Margaret O`Brien who along with John is employed at the Hospital in Bandon,the Couple have been practicing intensely for the past three months sometimes up to four times a week,and with his Work in Bandon and also mixing in his Community work as being Chairman of the Social club in Aubane John has been very busy indeed,the Couple take to the stage on this coming Friday 24th November and Saturday 25 November and again on Friday 8th December in the Bandon GAA Pavilion. The Strictly Come Dancing Competition is organised by the Friends of Bandon Community Hospital to raise Funding for a new day room as part of the brand new Hospital. The first two Nights of the Competition are a sell out, John always had a keen interest in dance as he is a regular at the set Dancing in Aubane, dancing is in his blood and John said he always wanted to do Strictly Come Dancing. Michelle Barry from Devine Promotions in Six Mile Bridge who is overseeing all the Couples prepartaions has great praise for not only John and Margaret but all the other Competing Couples as they have been preparing very hard for this Competion since last August. Hopefully John will bring a Strictly Come Dancing title to Aubane and from all at Aubane Social Club and the surrounding locality the best of luck to John and Margaret in the Competition.
Watch above Tanjier perform a live set exclusively for HearOne music. Millstreet lad Tommy Buckley is on vocals, keyboards, guitar and percussion. They have just announced that they will be playing Other Voices in Dingle this winter.
All roads lead to Switch on Culture Night in Cullen Hall on Friday 22nd Sep. at 8p.m. Celebrate the 2017 All-Ireland and World prizes won by the Cullen Pipe Band at the All Ireland and World Piping Championships, and the outstanding achievements of the local 2017 All-Ireland winners at the Comhaltas Fleadh Cheoil. The night will include some lovely local performances, a display of the prizes plus a sample of the All-Ireland winning performances from the following:
– Cullen Pipe Band
– Diarmuid Cronin, English Story Telling Age 12-15
– Katie O’Sullivan, English Singing Age U12 supported by her mentor Elle
Marie O’ Dwyer
– Rena Lynch, English Story Telling Age O18
– Cian Broderick, Rince ar an Sean-Nós Age 12 to 15
– Crossfields Céilí Band Age 12 to 15, Crossfields Céilí Band Age 15 to 18 and winning for the third consecutive year in a row, the Seandrum Céilí Band Over 18. These three separate céilí bands under the musical genius of their mentor Alan Finn, won in their various age groups. There will also be a performance by some of the outstanding musicians involved.
Patrick O’Callaghan will be holding set dancing classes in Dromtarriffe Hall from 10-11 am on Saturday mornings. He will teach various steps and sets for both fun and competition level. Ages from 5-18 welcome. REGISTRATION will take place for ALL previous and new members on Saturday the 9th of September at 10 am in Dromtarriffe Hall.
For further information contact Patrick on 0873174561.
Congratulations to Darragh Twomey (second from left in the back row) Son of John & Maire Twomey who plays with the Crossfields Ceili Band who were winners of the All Ireland Fleadh in Ennis. Well deserved. Best wishes on this great achievement from the Aubane Social Club.
John Kelleher of Aubane Social Club has also indicated that The Monday Night Set Dancing recommences for the 2017/2018 season at Aubane Community Centre on Monday 18th September at 9.15 pm.
Anne Maria Lyons has kindly informed us of just some of the splendid success stories from this year’s Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Ennis over the weekend. We also thank Anne Maria for the attached pictures taken in Ennis. Patrick Buckley (pictured holding the winning cup on left) and Claire Lyons (pictured at centre front) were in the Under-15 Céilí Band who won the All-Ireland while Darragh Twomey was in the winning Under-18 Band. Music Teacher Alan Finn is pictured in front. We shall later feature the amazingly successful Shandrum Céilí Band who made history in winning the All-Ireland Senior Band Event for the Third Time! Sincere congratulations to all the wonderfully talented musicians. This also includes Katie O’Sullivan of Cullen winning in the Under-12 English Singing and Diarmuid Cronin of Laught, Rathcoole who won the Under-15 Story Telling Competition. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Superb Local Successes at Fleadh Cheoil 2017 in Ennis”
Auditions for Grease Lightning:Due to over whelming demand for the return of Youth Theatre in Macroom, Lee Valley Enterprise Board are delighted to invite all youths over 12 years of age from the Lee Valley region to participate in our specially created song and dance production of Grease Lightning, directed by Margo Carlisle of Carlisle Stage School, Cork with musical director, Macroom’s own Ann Buckley. This will be an amazing opportunity for young people to develop their artistic skills as they enjoy vocal training, acting, choreography as well as socialise and work as a team on and off the stage. Auditions (12 years of age plus) will take place on Sunday 20th August at 5:00pm at Riverside Park Hotel. You will be required to sing any song of your own choice from a musical and may be required to read lines for character parts. Performacnes will take place on October 6th, 7th & 8th.
Auditions for ‘Sir Henry’: Auditions for the exciting new musical ‘Sir Henry’, written by Alan Kiely and Kevin Connolly & directed by Cathal MacCabe (RTE), will take place on August 27th at 5:00pm in Riverside Park Hotel Macroom. All are welcome to attend, please spread the word!! Based on true events, this show tells the farcical story of the misadventures of Sir Henry Browne Hayes, the notorious play boy who sought to gain the hand of the young heiress Mary Pike as a sure cure to his financial woes, this story caused scandal throughout the British Empire in 1797. Performance will take place on October 27th,October 28th, October 29th, November 4th & November 5th.
Any profits the Lee Valley Enterprise Board make from these shows will go back into local projects, including the restoration of the Church of Ireland in Macroom to create a cultural & tourism amenity.
Lee Valley Enterprise Board Presents ‘Summer Nights’, Weekly Dance Nights this June at Riverside Park Hotel featuring your favourite Local Acts!!
Friday 9th June & Friday 23rd June- Breakaway: Breakaway are a three-piece band consisting of Derry Kennedy, his daughter Fidelma & Colum Cronin. All three are very experienced in the music scene and they cover a broad range of music styles inc Country and Irish, ceilí/trad, pop, Rock ‘n Roll etc. They have built up a strong following throughout the social dancing scene all over Co Cork, Kerry, Waterford and across the Midlands. They look forward to meeting old friends and making some new ones at the Riverside.
Friday 16th June – Finbarr Dennehy and his Band: Finbarr Dennehy is a real favourite in the Cork area where he entertains the masses with his lively style of music. Finbarr has released a number of very popular albums and is often joined on stage now by his daughter Chloe, especially during school holidays. A night of great entertainment and dancing is in store where all the favourites will be played!
Friday 30th June – Lee Sound: Dance the night away with one of the areas most loved bands, The Lee Sound, who play all the Irish favourites with a Country flavour! A very enjoyable night is in store in the comfortable surroundings of the Riverside Park Hotel where you can catch up with friends from near and far. The Lee Sound will not disappoint, don’t forget to wear your dancing shoes for plenty of waltzing & jiving!