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Winter Schedule for Mall Arts Centre Underway

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
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Ceolta Si Summer Entertainment

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
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Grandma we love you!!

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
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New Podcasts

CRY104FM has 2 new podcasts available for download at 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.
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New Podcast – Older Voices

CRY104FM is delighted to announce our documentary series Older Voices is now available for download from our podcast page at 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