Youghal and its unique heritage will feature on a dedicated feature-length episode of RTE’s Nationwide on Friday, 27th February 2015, at 7.00pm. A film crew, fronted by Anne Cassin was in the town recently to showcase all the positive developments emanating from Youghal in recent years. It will show the progress of the renovation of the Clockgate Tower, the magnificent Medieval Town Walls, and incorporate a visit to St Mary's
NUI GALWAY RADIO SOCIETY ANNOUNCE THE SECOND NATIONAL STUDENT RADIO CONFERENCE NUI Galway Radio Society are delighted to announce the second National Student Radio Conference will take place in NUI Galway on Saturday, March 7th 2015. Registration for the conference opens at 11am on Saturday with talks running until 5pm. The conference is supported by Craol, the representative, co-ordinating, lobbying, training, & support organisation for Irish Community Radio; NUI Galway
Youghal Little Theatre will hold auditions on Wednesday 11th February at 7.30 p.m. in Moby Dick’s Bar, Youghal for their upcoming production ‘God Rest His Soul’ by local Author Hank Regan. The show will be directed by Hank and Aidan Browne. Also if anyone has any stories, memoirs or memorabilia of the history of Youghal Little Theatre the group would love to hear from you. For more information please contact
Call for Guitarists for UK TV Show: Somethin' Else, suppliers of music content for major broadcasters, are looking for talented and passionate guitarists in Ireland to take part in a new music show for one of the biggest arts TV channels in the UK. The winner will play at a music festival this summer, with auditions taking place in April. For more information or to apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2015 First Cut! Youth Film Festival is now open for it’s young filmmaker entries. So if you have a film click Entry Form to download the form and submit your film on line using We Transfer with your completed Entry Form and send to Cork Film Centre, email@example.com before January 9th and you could see your film included in the 2015 Festival programme. Last year we showcased an incredible selection of short film entries from all
Octopus Soup Theatre Company presents This Night A play for radio by Liam McCarthy Designed and Edited by Nat Yonce Christmas Night at 8pm It's Christmas Eve and Alicia can't find her 6 year old son in the crowds in Limerick City Centre. Meanwhile Colm loves his workmate Lisa but doesn't have the courage to do anything about it. Eileen lives in a tiny bedsit and can't face another Christmas
A 4 part documentary celebrating 100 years of Youghal Pipe Band. Produced and Presented by Eileen Mccarthy Thompson with assistance from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Episode 3 is now available for download from out Podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126
See the wonderful craft work of local and not so local artists - beautifully hand-crafted items - to be loved, admired and will marvellous Christmas gifts. Fill those Christmas Stockings. Saturday and Sunday 10.00am - 5pm
A 4 part documentary celebrating 100 years of Youghal Pipe Band. Produced and Presented by Eileen Mccarthy Thompson with assistance from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Episode 2 is now available for download from out Podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126
A 4 part documentary celebrating 100 years of Youghal Pipe Band. Produced and Presented by Eileen Mccarthy Thompson with assistance from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Episode 1 is now available for download from out Podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126
Do you want to boost your community and voluntary group’s public profile, raise funds and be in with a chance of winning €1,000? If so, you should submit a two-minute video to the Better Together Video Competition before entries close this Friday, 7 November at 5pm. Three cash prizes of €1,000 will be awarded for the best videos (as voted by the public) and you can use the built-in donation
The Real Deal is the brand new online talent show with a twist. We’re beginning our countrywide search for Ireland’s most talented kids. So if you think you have what it takes to make it through our audition rounds and into our grand final we want to hear from you! But we don’t just want to hear from talented kids we also want to hear from kids who can fool
Darina Clancy of Seabed Productions would love to hear from anyone who was involved with or had a relative who was involved with the Making of Moby Dick in 1954 to be part of a documentary being made for TG4. The programme will cover the time when Moby Dick was being made and the influence of the local community on the production. We’d love to hear of any stories or
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Our Winter schedule is coming along nicely and we are very excited with the varied and diverse range of shows about to come to The Mall Arts Centre. Watch out for Peter Duffy’s theatrical interpretation of, possibly, Patrick Kavanagh’s greatest poem “The Great Hunger”. This show takes us to another time and another place…..or does it? Is it the now? Only you can decide. To rid us all of Winter
We have 2 Tickets to give away for HAIRSPRAY at Cork Opera House. Draw will take place on Friday 1st August at 2pm. All you have to do is call us at CRY and leave your name and number, our number is 024 91199/92288
Our very talented artists of Youghal Art Group present their annual exhibition, now in its 20th year. This exhibition is always a display of colour, light and beauty - just like the Group themselves really!!!All welcome. Methodist Church Hall, Friar St, YoughalOfficial Opening Friday August 1st.Open daily Aug 2nd -10th 12-00 noon to 7.30 p.m.
Shooting Stars Dance and Drama Camps will be held in St. Declans Hall in Ardmore during the month of August. The first camp runs from the 6th to the 8th of August, while the second camp runs from the 13th to the 15th of August. The Camps run from 10am to 1pm each day and are suitable for children aged 7 to 13 years of age. The price per child
This, the 24th Season of Summer entertainment by Ceolta Si promises to be better than ever. "Seisiún "Ceolta Si" is an extensive evening of Irish music, song, dance and story telling, showcasing incredible local talent and of course of great Irish heritage.Show takes place every Monday & Thursday night during July & August. Booking is advisable: Contact: text 087 7934504 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Well now is your chance to show her in a public way. This year as part of Youghal’s Food and Mackerel Festival from August 15thto 17th, Youghal4All will host a Glamorous Granny competition. The group are calling on all to show their love for their granny, nan, auntie or mammy by nominating them free of charge for the Glamorous Granny competition. There are three categories under 50, 50-65 and over
CRY104FM has 2 new podcasts available for download at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126 Episode 3 of "In The Auld Fella's Time" focuses on advances in animal health, husbandry, science and technology. "Saving Lives At Sea" traces the history of Youghal RNLI in its 175th year. Beginning with one of Youghal Lifeboats most dramatic rescues on the 1st of August 1984 , the programme traces the History of the Lifeboat station right up to the present day.
As part of TG4's "Spillane an Fanai", singer/songwriter John Spillane will be working as a barman in Moby Dicks from Wednesday 11th to Friday 13th June. While in Youghal, John will meet with locals, visit places of interest and of course sing a few songs, all to get the feel for life in Youghal. So come along and meet John Spillane at Moby Dicks for the latest episode of "Spillane an
CRY104FM is delighted to announce our documentary series Older Voices is now available for download from our podcast page at https://www.cry104fm.com/?page_id=3126 This brand new 12 part series focuses on the lives of older people living in the Ballymacoda and Ladysbridge area. Their stories are told in their own voices. In each episode the participant speaks about their lives growing up in Rural Ireland in the 1940’s and 1950’s and how things