The East Clare Musical Society will return to the stage with their new show “Let’s go to the Movies”.
Directed and Choreographed with the amazingly creative vision of Sarah Allen and the Musical Direction of Rory Moloney this show is going to bring the East Clare Musical Society back to the stage with a bang.
Sarah is assisted by Breandán Baguio, Rebecca Atkinson & Grace Burke who have various roles in Choreography, Vocal Coaching and Directing.
Let’s go to the Movies will be performed on the stage of Scariff Community College on February 15th, 16th and 17th. Doors at 18.45 for a 19.30 Curtain. Tickets costing €20 go on sale, online only, this Thursday 25th January at 9am. You can purchase tickets via this link.
It’s less than a year since their four sellout performances of Sister Act (also Directed and Choreographed by Sarah Allen) and the adrenaline is, once more, flowing through the veins of society members as we near the end of rehearsals and approach show time.
“Let’s go to the Movies” is a return to cabaret for singers and dancers, and in the show we’ll celebrate the classic musical movies which were adapted for the stage. We have many solo, chorus and group numbers with lots of dancing throughout. Movies and Shows on the running order are The Addams Family Musical, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde – The Musical, Mary Poppins, Hello Dolly, Matilda, Shrek, The Greatest Showman, and many more
This latest show is a real trip through the light fantastic for the lovers of musical theatre and we in the East Clare Musical Society are looking forward to entertaining loyal supporters.
An ECMS spokesperson said: “Along with our great adult soloists and chorus we will have children from the Sarah Allen Stage School in Scariff. Many of the children will take to the stage for the first time in their young lives. We also feature teenagers from Scariff Community College who are also busy rehearsing for the show. Our cast and chorus can’t wait to bring “Let’s go to the Movies” on to the stage for the Musical Theatre loving fans of East Co. Clare.
The Committee and Members of the East Clare Musical Society are so grateful to all who are enabling us to go on stage with “Let’s go to the Movies”. Our Families and Friends who put up with all the practising and rehearsing. Our Sponsors who continuously put their hands in their pockets to support our shows. The people who will bake and buy cakes at our fundraising Bake Sale in Scariff on Saturday 3rd February. Angela Murphy McNamara, Principle of Scariff Community College and her Staff and Students, and finally, most importantly, all those who buy tickets for our shows.
So purchase your tickets, salt the popcorn, and let us entertain you at the three performances of “Let’s go to the Movies” on 15th, 16th and 17th February. The show will be a real Valentine’s musical treat for all the family.”
There is a QR Code on the attached poster which when read, will redirect to the online ticket sale portal.