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Lehanmore Pantomime Una and Her Technicolour Guna

Lehanmore Pantomime Una and Her Technicolour Guna is all over after four sold out shows. The Panto was written jointly by Bill Griffin and Carina Mc Nally. As they would say themselves, by the time the show goes on stage a lot of extra material has been added. This makes for a hilarious experience with lines being changed each night depending who is in the audience and what is in the news that week.

Short Video now on-line for a bit of fun…

Lehanmore Pantomime Una and Her Technicolour Guna

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Lehanmore Pantomime Una and Her Technicolour Guna

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Cahermore School Concert and Plays

Cahermore School Concert and Plays were great fun. A large crowd attended filling the hall for the evening of music and two plays organised by the pupils and staff of Cahermore National School. The kids were brilliant in their roles and great laughter was had by all. Lots of local people had a mention in the first play “The return of the Garnish GPO”. The following play was “Hoodwinked” performed by older pupils from the school.

Watch a short video here, the full 90 minutes will be available from the school

Cahermore School Concert and Plays

Cahermore School Concert and Plays

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Making Short Films

Making Short Films based on fiction is a time consuming activity. The more people involved the longer it takes. The film in question is “Caillte” based on an idea by Carina Jeisy. It will be around 8 to 10 minutes once it is finally finished. We won’t be able to publish it here as we are hoping to enter the film into a competition. The idea of entering the competition is to try and keep the motivation.

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25 March 2015, just been accepted for the Fastnet Short Film Festival in May, delighted.

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Watch a short film trailer below

Making Short Films

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