Upcoming productions with Irish Red Squirrel Productions

Irish Red Squirrel Productions under the artistic directorship of Tish Dunleavy & Frank Cadam will be presenting a number of events in the area between now and mid 2013.

Irish Red Squirrel Productions under the artistic directorship of Tish Dunleavy & Frank Cadam will be presenting a number of events in the area between now and mid 2013.

The ‘Sweet Spirit Gospel Choir’, ‘Sliabh an Iarainn Players’, ‘The Killyran Wrackers’ and the ‘Percy French Experience’ are all incorporated into Irish Red Squirrel Productions. The events will involve music, drama, musical theatre and variety shows and will be in conjunction with the Hunt Hall, Mohill.

‘The Sweet Spirit Gospel Choir’ will be resuming rehearsals in the Hunt Hall, Castle Street, Mohill on Wednesday night September 12 at 8pm sharp. Rehearsals last 90 minutes only. The choir will be preparing for their December performance in The Dock. New members are very welcome, especially Alto and Bass range. Musicians also welcome especially percussionists. Anyone interested in being involved in this short-term project, please contact Email: tishgospelchoir@eircom.net or call 086-0827430.

‘The Sliabh an Iarainn Players’ will be commencing rehearsals for a well-established play that is sure to entertain everyone. Rehearsals will start in October and the play will be staged early Spring 2013 in various venues. The play will also be part of the ‘Gathering 2013’ event on the May Bank holiday weekend (May 3-5) as part of ‘Percy’s Party’ along with the ‘Killyran Wrackers’. Anybody interested in being part of this project in any capacity please contact Tish on 086-0827430 or tish@redsquirrelproductions.ie

Percy’s Party - plans for the May 2013 event are well advanced. If anybody in Leitrim has family abroad, please notify them of this event. If they plan to come to Ireland in 2013, please invite them to ‘Percy’s Party’ from May 3-5 in various venues in Mohill. People who attended the launch of the ‘County Leitrim Percy French Society’ in Hunt Hall Mohill on July 20 will verify how entertaining the Percy French Experience Show was. It is a combination of music and drama and guaranteed to make people laugh. ‘Percy’s Party’ will be even bigger and better with lots of birthday surprises! Events over that weekend will involve all age groups.

The above projects are an opportunity for people to get involved in social activities that bring communities together. They are also a great way to pass the long dark Autumn and Winter evenings with friends and acquaintances. These are all short-term projects and will bring some light heartedness and cheer to the area. The social aspect is also very entertaining. Current members will vouch for that!