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Lehanmora Pantomime – Behind the scenes

Lehanmora Pantomime – Behind the scenes where all the action is. The Pantomime has been a huge success this year. Lots of people involved, Billy and Carina writing the original script. Which of course changes as the practices go by to add in more fun to the show.

Many thanks to the Women’s shed and Ger for creating costumes. A special mention for recently departed Desie Merrigan for writing the great song used in the Panto. “The Blowins and the locals should be friends”

Billy Murray for the set, with help from Ryan, Lilly and Lucy.

Back stage much needed help from Sarah who prompts any one of us who forgets their lines, and Nadette for the fantastic make up.

Watch a short film from back stage here – sound on?

Lehanmora Panto – Behind the scenes

Back stage and practice clips taken over the last few weeks, shows a bit of what goes on. Great fun again this year and very well supported, four sell out shows.

Posted by Beara Peninsula on Monday, 31 December 2018

 

Lehanmora Pantomime – Behind the scenes

And some from the bar afterwards

 

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Mikado Pantomime Lehanmore

Mikado Pantomime Lehanmore Community Centre a Great Success. Script by Bill Griffin and further editing by Carina Mc Nally. Four nights of fun were had by the audience. The fourth year in succession that the panto has taken place. This year the sets, costumes and make up just seemed to be even better than the previous year. Also the children played a larger role and were outstanding. Thanks to Billy, Carina and Nadette for all their hard work. Also this year we were delighted to have Sarah Dornbush doing the sound and prompting which made it all a little easier for us, unseen here…..

On the fourth night there was some trouble with the fuse board, luckily with not much time to spare Aidan fixed it for us.

Watch the Shorter version here with some new clips

The video is the full length pantomime.

Watch the full Mikado Pantomime Lehanmore here

Mikado Pantomime Lehanmore

Mikado pantomime lehanmore

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Lehanmore Festival Tag Rugby

Lehanmore Festival Tag Rugby played on the old pitch next to the ring fort below the community centre. Probably the toughest pitch in Ireland. The Wild Atlantic way between Castletownbere and Dursey Island and its Cable Car. The final match was between Paul O’Shea’s team and The Beara Joinery team and O’Shea took the prize. Well done to all for taking part on a tough afternoon.

Watch a Short Video of the Tag Rugby Here

Lehanmore Festival Tag Rugby

Lehanmore Festival Tag Rugby

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