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Minister Deenihan to visit Longford tomorrow

Minister for Arts Jimmy Deenihan with Obrus Theatre Productions Artistic Director Noel Strange. Minister Deenihan will officially open Orbus Theatre in Newtownforbes tomorrow, in addition to visiting St Mel's Cathedral to meet members of the St Mel's Cathedral Restoration Project Committee. Photo by Studio Lugh Photography

Minister for Arts Jimmy Deenihan with Obrus Theatre Productions Artistic Director Noel Strange. Minister Deenihan will officially open Orbus Theatre in Newtownforbes tomorrow, in addition to visiting St Mel's Cathedral to meet members of the St Mel's Cathedral Restoration Project Committee. Photo by Studio Lugh Photography

Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan TD, will attend a range of events in county Longford tomorrow, June 20.

His first port of call will be to St Mel’s Cathedral at 12.30pm where he will meet with the St Mel’s Cathedral Project Committee, who have been working on the restoration of the Cathedral.

Following this he will visit Newtownforbes to officially open Orbus Theatre as they continue with the production of the highly acclaimed ‘A Trip to Bountiful’.

The opening will take place at 1.45pm before Minister Deenihan continues on to attend a variety of events across county Leitrim.

At 3.30pm he will officially open the cottage of ‘Margaret of New Orleans’ at Carrigallen following recent renovation works.

At 6pm, he will open the Seán Mac Diarmada History Summer School at Kiltyclogher and 8pm Minister Deenihan will launch the Leitrim Village Waterways Ireland Mid-Summer Festival at Leitrim Village.

 

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