A NIGHT AT THE MUSICALS is on the cards at Scariff over the Easter weekend.
After an absence of two years from the stage, the East Clare Musical Society return by reprising the cabaret special, ‘A Night at the Musicals’ in Scariff Community College on Friday, Saturday and Sunday 15th, 16th and 17th April with curtain up at 8pm.
Anticipation for the musical was sky-high prior to the lockdown with tickets selling out in February 2020. Leads from previous performances from the East Clare group will entertain fans of musical theatre, organisers have promised.
Led by Musical Director John O’Brien with the accompaniment of Anne Cullen and Steve Lawrence, Flagmount’s Vashti Curran will be welcomed back to the stage from a very successful year long residency performing cabaret in Germany.
Also taking to the stage are other highly talented singers, most of who graced the stage in the 2020 show, and these are: Paul Conroy, Edel O’Grady, Cathal Moloney, Ruth O’Hagan, Jim and Maeve O’Brien, Sarah King, Brendán Baguio, Ger and Caoimhe Treacy, Sandra and Chloe O’Halloran, Sinéad and Louise O’Callaghan, Sarah Kate McConnell, Michelle Fitzsimons, Miriam Smith, Eoin Heffernan, Mags McGrath, Orlaith Nihill and, Conor McGrath and Rob Kerby of The After Eights aka the Killaloe Male Voice Choir.
These performers will be joined on stage by a chorus line made up of local singers and dancers, choreographed by Sarah Allen who is assisted by Claire O’Sullivan. The chorus lines numbers will be swelled by many of Scariff Community College’s Transition Year Students.
Tickets for this highly anticipated East Clare Musical Society Easter musical “eggstravaganza”, priced at €30, will be sold only through Eventbrite and the link is www.eastclarems.eventbrite.ie