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Aladdin Auditions

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The Source Arts Centre present

Aladdin

AUDITION INFORMATION

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Open auditions for the 2015 Source Arts Centre Panto will take place in the Source theatre on Friday 23rd of October 2015 from 6pm to 10pm. Please consider that you must be available for a call back onSaturday the 24th of October between 5pm and 9pm.

AUDITION REQUIREMENTS

The following roles will be auditioned:

Principal Roles:

Aladdin (Senior Teen Role)

Jasmin (Senior Teen Role)

Genie (Adult Role)

Widow Twankey (Aladdin’s Mother) (Adult role)

Wishee Washee (Aladdin’s Brother) (Teen role)

Jafar (Adult role)

The Emperor of China (Jasmin’s Father) (Adult role)

PC Ping (Teen/Adult role)

PC Pong (Teen/Adult role)

The Slave of The Ring (Teen/Adult role)

 

We recommend that each auditionee would perform an excerpt from a song

stated below.

 

Genie:

If you wish to audition for the role of the Genie please prepare “Friend Like Me”

from the Original Broadway Recording of Aladdin.

YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HdwdptrmQQ

 

Male/Female Vocal Part:

If you wish to audition for any other role please prepare the male/female part of

A Whole New World” from the Original Broadway Recording of Aladdin.

YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39KCdPu0qkY

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Celebrate Women in Cashel Library – March is Mná Month

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Cashel Library has designated March 2020 as Mná Month.

We will host an exciting series of events,

celebrating all aspects of the lives of  Irish women,

across the spectrum of the Dewey Decimal System.

This celebration  which is entitled ‘Dewey Eyed Women’ aims to be Mnásome ! ! !

Schedule to be announced shortly.

Watch this space.

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Film Night @ Source in Thurles | Happy as Lazzarro

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Dir. Alice Rohrwacher, Italy / Switzerland / France / Germany, 2018,  140 min

Two very different men form a connection in Alice Rohrwacher’s charming comedy/drama set in Italy. The winner of best screenplay at Cannes, the film blends social drama and time travel in this movie set in the past and present. It centres on the title character, a young and optimistic sharecropping farmer working on a tobacco plantation, who builds an unlikely bond with a rebellious aristocrat, Tancredi. Exploiting Lazarro’s benign nature, Tancredi recruits his aid in an unlikely task.

PLEASE NOTE THE START TIME OF THE SHOW AND ARRIVE AT LEAST HALF AN HOUR BEFOREHAND. LATECOMERS MAY NOT BE ADMITTED.

Special access and wheelchair users please inform the box office at the time of booking that you may need accessibility seating. T:0504 90204.

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Culture Night @ Source in Thurles | Tipperary on Film

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Short films, music video and documentaries –  works created in Tipperary over the past three years – will be being screened over Culture Night evening at the Source Arts Centre. There has been an upsurge in film-making activity with the increasing use of digital technology allowing film-makers to create high quality works. The Tipperary On Film looks to bring these recent films and works to the big screen for public presentation and allow the film-makers and actors a chance to meet each other and the audience and swap ideas and information in a public chat on the night.

Admission is free but booking is recommended and tickets must be booked through box office. Special access and wheelchair users please inform the box office at the time of booking that you may need accessibility seating. T:0504 90204.

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