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'Calendar Girls and A Funeral' in Oldcastle

Wednesday, 11th April, 2012 9:30am

Story by Tom Kelly
 'Calendar Girls and A Funeral' in Oldcastle

The Calendar Girls in Dromone!

 'Calendar Girls and A Funeral' in Oldcastle

The Calendar Girls in Dromone!

The Moylagh Comedy Club present it's own production, 'Calendar Girls and A Funeral' in Moylagh Community Centre, Dromone, Oldcastle, on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th April next.

This comedy is the third series following the turbulent life of newly weds Willie and Fanny Smallhorn (aka Oliver Gilsenan and Rosealean Lang). Life never runs smooth for this unlikely couple but when Willie's grandmother dies it appears he is in for a windfall in her will. But as usual, life deals him a cruel blow and he turns to his friends for another bailout. The lads convince the ladies of the parish to model for a calendar to raise funds for Willie but they are in for a few surprises and shocks.

Show goers should expect the unexpected and are in for a great night of fun, laughter and good old fashioned craic.

Following the huge success of the two previous shows, The Mock Wedding and The Full Monty, tickets for this show will be in high demand and it is strongly recommended to pre-book tickets.

This is an all seated event and tickets are limited on both nights and will be allocated on a first come basis. No children allowed. Doors open at 7.00pm each night with show starting 7.30pm.

Tickets are priced at €15 each and are available from the Community Centre Office on 049 - 8541977, Gerry Gibney 087 9519294, Colin Smith 086 - 2564372. Price includes the show, refreshments and after show party.

The after show party on Friday 13th is in McEvoys Pub Dromone with a 60's/70's/80's Disco and in Teddy's Pub Moylagh on Sat 14th with music by Eddie Quinn.

The Moylagh Comedy Club have raised over €15,000 for local causes in the past few years and this year's show is a fundraiser for the local Community Centre towards continued development of facilities. All support greatly appreciated.

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