Save me Sisters Pictures

Variety Show

Picture 1: Hazelwood College sixth year students Darragh Lynch Linehan and Jacqueline McCarthy, who acted as MCs for the Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show and Musical.

Picture 2 Hazelwood College first year musical group performing ‘Galway Girl’ at the recent Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show

Picture 3 Hazelwood College Sixth Year students Brian Murphy (Banjo) and Thomas Twohill (Guitar) performing Sheile Coyle/Speed the Plough at the recent Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show.

Picture 4 Ciara Ahern, sixth year, performs ‘Isle Of Hope’ at the Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show

Picture 5 Sixth Year student, Grainne Ahern, performs ‘Prayer’ at the recent Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show

Picture 6 Adam Sheahan, fifth year, performs ‘Happier’ at the recent Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show.

Picture 7 Grainne Buckley (sixth year) and Colm Tynan (first year) perform ‘Teorainn’ at the recent Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show.

Picture 8 Hazelwood College’s School Choir, drawn from across the school student body, are pictured behind their conductor, Thomas Twohill, sixth year, at the recent Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show.

Picture 9 Mairead Walsh, sixth year, pictured playing the fiddle at the recent Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show.

Picture 10 Hazelwood College students, left to right, Colm Tynan, Thomas Twohill, Katelyn Davis and Niamh Mullins are pictured performing ‘A Lovely Madness’ at the recent Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show.

Picture 11 Hazelwood College students (left to right) Danielle Ahern, Thomas Twohill, Grainne Ahern and Kevin O’Leary after their performance of ‘Grace’ at the recent Hazelwood College Annual Variety Show.

Save me Sisters

Picture a Hazelwood College’s Emma Healy pictured in the course of the production of ‘Save Me Sisters’, which occurred recently in her role as Mother Superior.

Picture b The First Year Dance Group perform ‘Take Me to Heaven’ in the course of the Hazelwood College production of ‘Save Me Sisters’.

Picture c Hazelwood College’s Niamh Mullins, playing Tina, Sinead O’Donnell, playing Deloris and Aisling Magner, playing Michelle, in the recent Hazelwood College production of ‘Save Me Sisters’.

Picture d Ben Murphy, playing DJ, is pictured in the course of the recent Hazelwood College production of ‘Save Me Sisters’

Picture e Billy Ryan, playing the role of Curtis Jackson, is pictured in the course of ‘Save Me Sisters’

Picture f Hazelwood College’s First Year Music students perform the dance ‘Fabulous Baby’ in the course of their production of ‘Save Me Sisters’

Picture g James O’Connor, playing Sweaty Eddie, in the Hazelwood College production of ‘Save Me Sisters’

Picture h Hazelwood College student Orla O’Brien, is pictured playing the role of Sister Mary Patrick in the recent production of ‘Save Me Sisters’

Picture i In the middle of the action of Hazelwood College’s recent production of ‘Save Me Sisters’ Billy Ryan, playing Curtis, Muiris O’Keeffe, playing cabdriver, Barry Murphy, playing TJ Eoin Enright, playing Joey and Daniel O’Connor, playing Pablo.

Picture j Sinead O’Donnell, playing Deloris, gets to grips with the nun’s habit in Hazelwood College’s recent production of ‘Save Me Sister’

Picture k Ronan Cahill playing the role of Monsignor O’Hara in the Hazelwood College production of ‘Save Me Sisters’

Picture l James Molyneaux, playing the Pope, is pictured in Hazelwood College’s recent production of ‘Save Me Sisters’

Picture m Heavenly choirs: back row (from left to right) Emma Healy, playing Mother Superior, Aisling Magner, playing Sister Mary Moses and Sinead O’Donnell, playing Deloris. Front row, from left to right, Emma Brown playing Sister Mary Theresa, Niamh Mullins, playing Sister Mary Sarah, Katelyn Davis, playing Sister Mary Roberta, Orla O’Brien, playing Sister Mary Patrick and Eilish Reidy, playing Sister Mary Lazarus.

Picture n Eilish Reidy, playing Sister Mary Lazarus in the recent Hazelwood College production of ‘Save Me Sister’

Picture o ‘Save Me Sisters’ cast 2017 with backstage manager James Guidrea, mics Aoife McMahon, drummer Kian Broderick and music teachers Mr.Dan Sheahan and Ms. Catherine Horgan.

Picture p Ben and Barry Murphy playing the roles of TJ and DJ in the recent Hazelwood College production of ‘Save Me Sisters’

Picture q James O’Connor, playing Sweaty Eddie, Michael Brennan, playing Cop, and Sinead O’Donnell playing Deloris in the course of Hazelwood College’s recent production of ‘Save Me Sisters’.

Annual Show

This years annual school concert will take place on the 8th, 9th, (10th April TBC). The concert will commence each night at 7.30p.m.

Tickets Now on Sale

Tickets can be purchased in advance through Reception. Ticket prices are as before; €10 for adults €5 for Children/OAP’s. This years show is based on excerpts of the DreamWorks Film, Shrek and produced by the Transition Year students. Shrek will be preceeded by the annual Variety Show showcasing the talents of Hazelwood College students

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Annual Show 2016

This years annual school concert will take place on the 8th, 9th, (10th April TBC). The concert will commence each night at 7.30p.m. Tickets can be purchased in advance through Reception. Ticket prices are as before; €10 for adults €5 for Children/OAP’s. This years show is based on excerpts of the DreamWorks Film, Shrek and produced by the Transition Year students. Shrek will be preceeded by the annual Variety Show showcasing the talents of Hazelwood College students

Tickets Now on Sale

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Variety Show Pictures – Updated

Here are the pictures from the recent Variety Show, with a few more added from the original posting yesterday. Three great sold out nights of entertainment took place on the 27th, 28th and 29th of March.

Congratulations to all both ‘front of house’ and ‘backstage’ who helped make these nights so successful.

More Variety Show and West Side Story photos to follow in the coming days.

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Annual School Concert and Variety Show

Annual School Concert and Variety Show

This years annual school concert will take place on the 27th, 28th, 29th March. The concert will commence each night at 7.30p.m. Tickets can be purchased in advance through Reception. Ticket prices are as before; €10 for adults €5 for Children/OAP’s. This years show is based on excerpts of the musical West Side Story, preceeded by the annual Variety Show
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