Kinsale

Kinsale in the May edition of The Opinion

The Opinion/Bandon Co-op Awards celebrate all that is good about West Cork

Garda James O’Mahony, Innishvilla Soccer Club and Kinsale Ladies Football honoured at Awards ceremony

The most dedicated dog in American history – subject of a film by Kinsale-based Film Studios

Kinsale cancer expert Dr. Tim O’Brien pioneers affordable early detection test

Mayor’s Award for Ballinspittle’s talented young musicians

Senator says West Cork bus prices are ‘a joke’

Trident Hotel Unveils Delicious New Menu

Kinsale students stage a haunting production of Wilde’s ‘Canterville Ghost’

Exciting new exhibit for Kinsale’s Lusitania Museum

Belgooly Residents Launch Action Group

Belgooly resident runs for Ireland

Halfway Roundabout set for facelift

Sell-out debut for Clontead Drama Group

TD to cast light on problems in Riverstick

Classic cars in Kinsale as vintage vehicles come to town

Kinsale’s Darkness into Light Walk

Irish Soldiers honoured in new Kinsale exhibition

Exclusive photos from social events in the area

Everyone should have an Opinion

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REPRO FREE The ghost of Sir Simon de Canterville, played by Jimmy Bray, haunts the Otis family, played by Jane Debanne, Faye Taylor, Katie O'Neill, Maria Sands and Chandra Walter in the Kinsale College Drama Course production of The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde, adapted for the Stage by Ian Wild and directed by Belinda Wild and can be seen in The McDonald Kinsale Hotel on May 2,3,5 at 8pm with school matinees at 2:30pm on the 4th and 6th. Picture. John Allen Kinsale College Drama Course Presents: The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde. Adapted for the Stage by Ian Wild. Directed by Belinda Wild An amusing chronicle of the tribulations of the Ghost of Canterville Chase Against all advice to the contrary an American minister purchases a haunted English mansion declaring he and his family donÕt believe in ghosts. Sir Simon de Canterville the resident 16th century spook, is forced to use all the tricks in his theatrical repertoire in an ever more desperate attempt to scare the American doubters. Together with an array of ghostly apparitions, clanking chains, creaking floorboards, blood stains and ancient prophecies, the story features, terrible twins, a charming young woman, her besotted suitor and an ancient retainer. The Canterville Ghost is a humorous and cheeky inversion of a classic gothic ghost story. Staying true to Oscar WildeÕs gently anarchic and imaginative fable and brought to life with music, song and physical theatre, this production promises a haunting theatrical experience! Performances: May 2, 3, 5, at 8pm May 4 at 12pm: Schools Matinee May 6 at 2.30pm: Sunday Matinee Venue: Macdonald Kinsale Hotel. Tickets: 10/6e Bookings: 085 7458554 www.kinsalecollege.ie www.woodenotheatrecourse.com

The ghost of Sir Simon de Canterville, played by Jimmy Bray, haunts the Otis family, played by Jane Debanne, Faye Taylor, Katie O’Neill, Maria Sands and Chandra Walter in the Kinsale College Drama Course production of The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde, adapted for the Stage by Ian Wild and directed by Belinda Wild and can be seen in The McDonald Kinsale Hotel on May 2,3,5 at 8pm with school matinees at 2:30pm on the 4th and 6th.
Picture. John Allen

NEWS 6/4/2018 Pictured at the Opinion/Bandon Co-op West Cork community and sports awards at the Munster Arms Hotel were members of Kinsale ladies GAA Football team Aisling Judge, Aisling lee, Aoife Keating and Nicole Quinn who were awarded ladies team of the year. Picture Denis Boyle

Pictured at the Opinion/Bandon Co-op West Cork community and sports awards at the Munster Arms Hotel were members of Kinsale ladies GAA Football team Aisling Judge, Aisling lee, Aoife Keating and Nicole Quinn who were awarded ladies team of the year. Picture Denis Boyle

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