Tuesday, 16th January 2018
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Theatre Royal Saturday 18th November:

Comedians Karl Spain and Bernard O'Shea have decided to drop a few pounds together and go on tour.

The two comedians will be performing stand-up around Ireland in 2017 and 2018.

Karl says: "Don't expect massive weight loss or body transformations or Bernard being funny".

Starts @ 8pm – Tickets €18/?16 available from the box-office Tel: 051 874402 or online @ http://www.theatreroyal.ie/events/fat-chancers

Ad Hoc Chorale

Ad Hoc Chorale was founded in 2003 by a group of Waterford choral conductors and singers meeting occasionally in each others houses to sing for fun.

Over time, the group developed into a fully fledged choir, using the different conductors within the choir to conduct different pieces.

Ad Hoc Chorale has won numerous competitions in both the Sligo and Cork Choral festivals, including the Premier Mixed Voice competition in Cork in 2008 and again in 2010 when they were named National Choir of the Festival.

They went on to compete in the Fleischmann International Competition in the same Festival in 2011. Since then they have preferred concert performances to competition and have performed many times in the South East, performing a wide range of musical styles.

Our Winter concert this year is called "Movies and Musicals!" With music ranging in style from Mozart to Gilbert and Sullivan all the way to Disney, there is something for everyone.

Featuring guest vocalists Ben Nolan and Stephanie Foley and with piano accompaniment by Siobhan Keappock, this concert will start the Festive season in style. Ticket prices are very reasonable at €12 and €10 concession.

So come along to St. Patrick's Gateway Centre on Saturday November 25th and join us. We're looking forward to seeing you!

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