From Premier Productions 2004 production of ‘Crazy For You’ here is ‘The Real American Folksong’ fronted by Adrian Dower, Fergal Blanchfield and Greg Porter.
From Flaggy Lanes 2004 production of ‘The Hot Mikado’ here is the finale scene.
Here is Franklin D. Roosevelt and his cabinet along with little orphan Annie and Oliver Warbucks delivering everybody’s favourite song… ‘Tomorrow’. Some familiar faces on display here 🙂
Back 17 years to 2004 today and Deborah Cunningham as Miss Hannigan in Flaggy Lanes production of Annie.
Here is the wonderful Raymond Collins leading the troops with the opening to Act 2 of The Hot Mikado. This Flaggy Lane production took to the stage in 2004 in the Theatre Royal.
Here is the irrepressible Vicki Graham as Katisha making her grand entrance in Flaggy Lanes 2004 production of The Hot Mikado.
Richie Hayes and Vicki Graham with a showstopper from Flaggy Lanes ‘The Hot Mikado’ 2004.
Here is a great song from the Hot Mikado, 2004. Vicki Graham as Katisha sings ‘Alone and Yet Alive’.
From the Hot Mikado 2004 here is Adam Lawlor, Richie Hayes and Raymond Collins in the brilliant trio ‘I Am So Proud’.
One of the most popular shows on our streams is ‘The Hot Mikado’ and here is another treat from that show – fronted by Richie Hayes.
Here is the brilliant ‘Pretty Women’ from Bowler Hats 2004 production of ‘Sweeney Todd’. Liam Butler stars as Todd and Paul Kavanagh as Judge Turpin.
Featuring the legendary Gary Power as the Mikado here is the ‘Mikado Song’ from The Hot Mikado by Flaggy Lane Productions.
Here are some very young faces in Munchkinland 16 years ago featured in Flaggy Lanes ‘The Wizard Of Oz’.
Todays video comes courtesy of the ‘Gentlemen of Japan’ from Flaggy Lanes award winning 2004 production of ‘The Hot Mikado’
From their brilliant production of Sweeney Todd here is ‘The Ballad Of Sweeney Todd’ from Bowler Hat.
Here is the brilliant finale to Act 1 of the Hot Mikado. Taken from their 2004 production.
For its 2004 production the Edmund Rice Choral and Musical Society chose the Strauss epic ‘Die Fledermaus’ – and used a huge orchestra and a host of local talent with some national talent to bring […]
In 2004 the ‘Really Youthful Theatre Group’ produced their final production before transitioning into ‘Flaggy Lane Juniors’ – the ever popular ‘Annie’ in the Theatre Royal. Added to the Really Youth ful archive here. 2004 […]
In 2004 Variety made a return to the Waterford Stage in the guise of the Variety Club of Waterford spearheaded by Michael Grant and Padraig O’Griofa. This was the first ‘variety show’ in years and […]