Students of Mercy Ballymahon present final production of ‘Oscars gone Wilde’ tonight

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Mercy Secondary School in Ballymahon will hold its final production of Oscars gone Wilde tonight

Red carpet ready. Lights, camera, action!

The stage is set in Ballymahon for ‘Oscars gone Wilde’, a production with the students of Mercy Secondary School.

The show got underway last night, Tuesday, November 20, to rave reviews and it continues tonight and tomorrow night, Wednesday, November 21 and Thursday, November 22.

Managing Director, Killian Reid, explained, “When I found out that our transition year had the opportunity to continue on the tradition of our biannual school show, I was thrilled!”

Killian added, “At first we had to apply for the position we wanted and go through the group interviews - a great but nerve racking experience! Having waited in apprehension, we were given our roles and set to work immediately, with only a few weeks to pull it off!

“With the choreography teams now working around the clock devising and teaching dances, the creative teams designing tickets and posters, and the finance team in full swing, the school is alive with excitement and anticipation.

“Everybody is working together to accomplish our goal and it is turning out to be such an amazing experience.”

‘Oscars gone Wilde’ continues on November 21 and 22. Tickets are on sale now but selling fast!
To get yours, call into Mercy Secondary School, Ballymahon or telephone 090 6432267.
Killian concluded, “We can’t wait to see you all there!”