Here is the show stopping Jellicle Ball from Cats featuring award winning Choreography from Michelle Condon. Feast your eyes for nine minutes – you won’t regret it.
Here is a great scene from Bryan Flynn’s 1996 production of Chess – the Soviet Machine.
Here is Mark Power and Ursula Hauck giving us ‘I Could Be Happy With You’ from Sandy Wilsons ‘The Boyfriend’ – produced by De La Salle College in March 1994.
From the 2010 Royal Variety Show here is Megan Cassidy, David Condon and Michelle Quilty leading an extract from ‘Cabaret’.
Time for a bit of comedy to cheer us all up with the legendary Petey Graham. This is taken from the Denny Corcoran tribute night in 2003.
Here we have Ray Collins and Vicki Graham leading the troops in Stage Frights ‘Gala 121’ – a celebration of 121 years of the Theatre Royal.
Tony Corcoran, Davy Sutton and MC Scol bring us Jedwards ‘Under Pressure’ from the 2010 Royal Variety Performance.
Here is a very popular selection from last Sundays Stream – the ‘Crooners’ scene from the 2010 Variety show featuring Des Manahan, Billy McCarthy, Vicki Graham, Ursula Hauck and Glenn Murphy.
From the Ray Ban Tops in 1993 here is ‘Tell me Its Not True’ featuring a fine chorus!
Brenda Giles and Richie Hayes will teach us how to look on the bright side of life! Taken from Panto 1990.
Here’s ‘Children Of Eden’ from the Tramore Tops 1992.
From the 1994 production of ‘Pirates of Penzance’ comes the keystone cops version of the policeman chorus singing ‘When The Foeman Bears His Steel’, fronted by Denny Corcoran. Produced by the Edmund Rice Choral & […]
Another one from the Nokia 1989 show from our recent stream – this time it’s the finale.
Here is the finale from the 1989 Tramore Tops of the Town entry that we showed recently on our stream.
For today it’s back to 1989 again and it’s the ‘Paint Your Wagon’ scene from the 1989 Tramore Tops .
From 1992 it’s the merry murderesses. Have a look and hear how ‘he had it coming’…
Here is a feature filmed and edited by John and Richie Hayes – behind the scenes at Guys and Dolls 2006 produced by Flaggy Lane Productions.