IT’S almost showtime in Ennistymon with tickets on sale for a new musical comedy.

Ennistymon Choral Society are taking to the stage once again, this time with a brand new show, Happy Days – the New Musical Comedy.

Beginning on Wednesday April 10th, the show will run right through to Sunday April 14th, each show begins at 8pm except on Sunday when the curtains will be drawn at 6pm.

Tickets go on sale from Thursday (April 4th) at The Red Shop on the main street in Ennistymon, they will be available from 11am to 2pm or alternatively you can phone 0892065822 to book tickets.

Emma-Jane Browne, secretary of Ennistymon Choral Society explained, “This is a show for everybody, a classic family musical with fantastic music by Paul Williams and a script based on the American TV classic, Happy Days. With returning characters such as the Fonz, Richie Cunningham and Pinky Tuscadero, this show will have you dancing and moving all night long”.

Recently the group held its last rehearsal in the CBS building. “The relationship between the society and the school has been decades long, with rehearsals taking place there for nearly 40 years and before that in the Convent junior school and CBS primary school. We would like to thank all CBS principals and caretakers down through the years for their kindness. A special thanks to M. Lyons and Stephen Shepard for the most recent years. There is so much history and legacy tied to the building, and we are so lucky to have founding members of the society still with us, as we forge new relationships and history with Ennistymon Community School. Thank you to everyone involved over the last 51 years, and here is to many more”.

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