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  • Northside East

Baldoyle Panto 2018 treat is ahead of you!

Tuesday, 2nd January, 2018 6:00pm
Baldoyle Panto 2018  treat is ahead of you!

IT’S SHOWTIME: Adam Kelly (the Beast) and Nicola Smith (Belle) will be among the stars in Baldoyle Musical Society’s latest Panto.

Baldoyle Panto 2018  treat is ahead of you!

IT’S SHOWTIME: Adam Kelly (the Beast) and Nicola Smith (Belle) will be among the stars in Baldoyle Musical Society’s latest Panto.

BALDOYLE Musical Society is set to serve up another big pantomime treat with ‘Beauty and The Beast’, made popular by the recent Disney movie, in St Mary’s Secondary School, Baldoyle, on the first two weekends in January (5th to 7th and 12th to 14th). 

Tickets are priced at only €12 (€10 for groups), with a family ticket priced at €50, so patrons are guaranteed great value for money as well as a great night’s entertainment.  You are advised to phone 085-1378329 now to secure your tickets or book online at

With a new script by Richie Smith, audiences can look forward to plenty of quirky plot twists, hilarious gags, and lots of loveable (and not so loveable!) characters in the village of Bal d’Oil. 

To add to this terrific family entertainment there is the usual excellent selection of song and dance numbers and the great audience participation that has become a trademark of the Baldoyle pantomime. 

The spectacle is enhanced by top class staging and effects and a live five-piece orchestra with chorus, dancers and principals numbering over 50 in total.

Yvette Cuffe makes her debut as director and is looking forward to this production. 

“We will be providing the best value-for-money around town once again,” Ms Cuffe promised. 

“We look forward to welcoming back many of our patrons who have been coming to us for years, as well as those who have only been introduced to the Baldoyle Panto recently.”

Choreographer Karen McCourt echoed Ms Cuffe’s enthusiasm.

“Our talented chorus have worked extremely hard in rehearsals over the last four months,” she said. “The dance routines are going to hop off the stage!”

Patrons are advised to book early to avoid disappointment. The Baldoyle Pantomime is so popular that bookings are turned away every year from people who just leave it too late. You have been warned!


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