Lehanmore Panto The Sound of Music was a great success last night for the fourth and last performance. It was the fifth Panto in five years, written by Bill Griffin and Carina Mc Nally with all the cast adding a few lines here and there also. Behind the scenes were Bernie organising the whole show and tickets, Billy Murry who painted the sets and Sarah O’Connor who was prompting and doing the sounds.
Watch the Lehanmore “Sound of Music” Back Stage here
The kids had their own show “Tír Na nÓg” which was fantastic.
Watch the kids doing “Tír Na nÓg”
Lehanmore Panto The Sound of Music
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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
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Eireball Charity Run visits Lehanmore twenty eight VW camper vans and a few other old vehicles travelling around Ireland to make money for charity. Since 2006 the run has been going and they have made 100 thousand Euro for charity. Visit their website here and make a donation Eireball.com I had a chat with them and Louisa gives some information about their efforts in the video.
Watch a short video of the run here
Eireball Charity Run visits Lehanmore
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