April's OMN on 28th will have a new feature section 'LIMERICK LAUGHS', written and performed by YOU the audience. Each month will have a new subject for these witty 5 liner poems and to start you of this month the first line begins ''There was a wee woman/man from (town name)''. To get you into the spirit we will have wonderful prizes which the winner will proudly cherish. Suggested weekends away, new car models, writing equipment, publishing offers, your name under lights, etc etc. The winner will be selected by AUDIENCE VOTE and their decision will be final. This competition is open to all ages, sexes ,religions and colours (so you have no excuse)! Presented as a Quick Fire round from your seat, wit and humour essential. No animals will be harmed in the 'LIMERICK LAUGHs' feature.
APRIL'S OMG THIS FRIDAY 28TH STARTS 8.30PM TILL LATE.
After a recent first showing of Armagh Theatre of Group's DVD of 'Our Town ' in a packed and enthusiastic Abbey Lane we can announce that copies of the DVD can be purchased from MUSIC WORLD in Abbey Lane. Featuring speeches from Seamus Mallon (MP) who was the groups' Producer when it was first staged in the 60's and from the recently deposed ArmaghBanbridgeCraigavon Mayor Garath Keating, with a moving acknowledgement to Fiona Hughes (RIP).
DVD's cost £3 each or 2 for£5. Those who pre- ordered can get copies of the limited stock!!!!! from John in Music World, Abbey Lane, Armagh.
OUR TOWN Cast and Choir (Oh the memories!)
With Armagh Men Shed's Choir kicking off our Open Mic for March with some wonderful renditions of old favourites we were assured of a great night's entertainment. The packed audience sang along from the start and on the last notes of 'Built on seven Hills' gave a well deserved applause. Big thank you to all the Choir and Eoin Kelly who accompanied on guitar. Contributions this month were from, Dymphna Ferran (poetic yarn), Paddy Mohan (guitar/songs), Jimmy Rafferty(Bard of Armagh), Gerry Woods (song) , Malachi (original poetry), JoeMcCool (poetry and Happy B;day) Margaerite Kelly(song) Bridie Heaney (original poetry ) Liz (Country songs) Jimmy Rafferty (by popular demand) , Ellen McGrath (traditional ballads) and the night ended with Dymphna (and her hot hot lover!) Many thanks to all, our next date is April 28th. Spread the word!
Set in the iconic Robinson's library in Armagh City prior to Georgian Day 2016. Reading ; Goretti Moore, Madeleine Kelly, Peter Kelly and Hilary Good introduced by Rodney Villiers.