Here is a great little video. The Premiere of ‘Pentimenti’ was attended by the Israeli Ambassador and his reactions were caught on camera along with the then Mayor – Brian Swift. Carrie Crowley, Mary Roche […]
Here is the opening to the Ray Ban Tops show from 1993 that made it to the national quarter finals in Wexford.
Here is the Nokia version of ‘Les Miserables’ from the John Player Tops competition, 1987.
Here is the finale from the Waterford Crystal Tops 1990 – ‘You Are The Light’ from Metropolis. This version is recorded in Athlone and not the Theatre Royal.
From Jack Cunningham Productions here is ‘All That Jazz’ from Chicago fronted by Jennifer White.
Glenn Murphy giving a show stopping performance of ‘Bring Him Home’ from the South Eastern Theatre Groups 2011 production of ‘Les Miserables’.
Hazel Kelly (Tebay) leads the troops in ‘Turn Back O Man’ from Godspell way back in 1994.
Here is ‘Slap That Bass’ from Premier Productions 2003 version of ‘Crazy For You’. David Condon leads the troops as Bobby Child.
Here is the opening from Gala 121 featuring music from ‘A Chorus Line’. Fronted by Michelle Kennedy.
Here is the moving opening to Stage Fright’s production of Bryan Flynns Pentimenti.
Here is a lovely video from ‘A Night For Billy’ featuring the great Des Manahan and the equally great Vicki Graham performing ‘I Won’t Send Roses’ from Mack & Mabel.
Todays video from ‘The Flying Pigs Ball’ – it is Do Wa Diddy and Officer Krupke featuring a young cast of superstars way back in 1995…
Some classic comedy today from Nokia Tops 1986 – Denny and Paul Corcoran in ‘The Flea’ (with some help from Anne McGrath)
This is from Spotlight Productions version of Godspell, staged in 1994 in the Theatre Royal, Waterford.
Here is the title song from ‘Hamilton’. Extracts of this were staged by Ignite Productions in their ‘Best of Broadway’ show in 2016.
From their brilliant production of Sweeney Todd here is ‘The Ballad Of Sweeney Todd’ from Bowler Hat.
Here is the show stopping ‘Fall of Saigon’ from ‘Miss Saigon’ staged by the South Eastern Theatre Group in the Theatre Royal in 2013.