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Coláiste Mhuire Johnstown NEWSLETTER Christmas 2017

Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

Check out the latest edition of the Coláiste Mhuire Johnstown Newsletter by clicking on the link or image below.

Coláiste Mhuire Johnstown Newsletter Christmas 2017

Past issues of our Newsletter can also be viewed by clicking on the link below.  Why not take a trip down “Memory Lane”?!  We hope you enjoy it.

www.colaistemhuirekk.ie/news-events/newsletter/

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School Musical at Coláiste Mhuire Johnstown “The One That I Want!” (Grease)

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

The management, staff and students would like to invite everyone to this year’s Transition Year Musical public performance on Friday, 9th December at 7.30pm in the School Gym.

The show is called “The One That I Want”, which is closely linked with the hot musical “Grease”.  With a week of matinees behind them, the students will put in one last special performance so a great night’s entertainment is assured.

Admission is €10 per Adult and €5 per student/child with Family Tickets available for €25.  Please support the cast, crew and production team in any way you can.  A big thank you to all who were involved, especially Ms Sweeney, Ms Monahan and Ms Costello.

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“FOOTLOOSE – The Musical” A Great Success!

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Transition Year at Coláiste Mhuire is drawing to a close but ends with a flourish, culminating in the much anticipated musical presentation of “Footloose”, which played to packed houses at the school auditorium last week.

 

Footloose follows the story of a rebellious teen called Ren (played by Tom Phelan), who moves to a small, backward U.S. town where the local Reverend (played by James Kenny) and council have banned teenagers from listening  or dancing to popular music. 

The story unfolds of Ren’s efforts to fit in, get around the ban, by organising a Prom.  In the process, he makes both friends and enemies, and of course there is a romantic interest, involving the Reverend’s daughter Ariel (played by Niamh Tynan). 

The musical had the audience spellbound, with the talented students excelling at singing, dancing and acting.  Congratulations to all concerned for an unforgettable show!

 

More pictures can be viewed in the Transition Year 2010 Album by clicking on the Photo Gallery link.

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