enTangled Panto Competition

"enTangled Panto 2017"

enTangled Panto 2017

Baldoyle Musical Society’s annual pantomime is the longest running and best loved panto in North Dublin. Following on from the phenomenal success of last year’s ‘Frozen Solid’, the Society is proud to present their January 2017 panto is ‘EnTangled’ which tells the well-known story of long-haired beauty Rapunzel. Audiences can look forward to some quirky plot twists along with the customary hilarious one-liners, loveable panto characters, and evil baddies (Boo! Hiss!).

To add to this wonderful family entertainment there is the usual excellent selection of song and dance numbers, and plenty of audience participation.

Baldoyle Musical Society Panto – enTangled Information 2017

Venue:- St Mary’s Secondary School, Baldoyle

Date/Show Time :-

  • January 6th, 7th, 13th & 14th at 8 pm
  • January 7th, 8th, 14th & 15th at 3 pm

Running Time:- Around 2 hours 30 minutes, including 20 minutes interval

Admission :-

  • General Tickets € 12.00 each.
  • Group Tickets of 20 and more €10.00 each, (simply use the discount code (Group) at the checkout page)
  • Family tickets (2 Ad + 3 Children) Only €50! (Available online only)

Familyfun Tip :– Book early to avoid disappointment

Booking Online:- You can book online here through our booking link directly to the Baldoyle Musical Society enTangled ticket sales -for the Panto.

enTangled Competition – Now Closed

Familyfun.ie and our friends in Baldoyle Musical Society have got together to give one family ticket (2 Adults & 3 Children, under 12)  for Friday 6th Jan at 8 pm Panto.

How To Enter The Competition

To be in with a chance to win, just answer the following question and fill in your details below, please note all fields are required, then just click ‘Send’ : (telephone numbers and email addresses will not be disclosed to other parties).

Competition Question

Who is the  beautiful and feisty tower-bound teen with 70 feet of magical, golden hair in the panto!

The closing date is Wednesday 4 January 2017 at 12.00 pm winners picked out on that day and any entry after that date will not be entered in the draw. The winners will be randomly selected and contacted by email and / or phone/ text. The winner names will also appear on the competition page of the Familyun.ie website and/or the Family Fun Facebook page.

The Competition Winners

Winner:- The Kelly Family from Dublin

Terms And Conditions:-

All competitions are free to enter and everyone has an equal chance of winning. All entries to our competitions will be subscribed to the Familyfun.ie newsletter.

  • All Competitions are FREE to enter
  • Only one entry per e-mail address per competition.
  • Prizes are non transferable and non-refundable.
  • There is no cash alternative for any prizes
  • Prizes are subject to availability
  • This competition is open to residents in Ireland only.
  • The winner will be picked randomly from the list of entrants to the competition.
  • The winner(s) will be notified by phone/email after the competition expiry date.
  • Entrants to the competition is consent to the disclosure of their name as a winner.
  • Familyfun.ie reserves the right to amend, terminate or withdraw the competition or alter the prize of the competition without prior notice should that prize be unavailable for reasons beyond its control.
  • Entry into the competition will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.
  • Family Pass:- 2 adults and 3 children, aged under 12
  • All entries to Familyfun.ie competitions will also be subscribed to the familyfun.ie newsletter.
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  • By entering the prize draw each entrant agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions

About Baldoyle Musical Society.

In 1973 a group of people met and decided to establish a musical society to cater for the large number of young people who had settled in Baldoyle in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

The first production was The Gondoliers, which was followed by The Mikado in 1974.

It was quickly realised that the northside of Dublin had no pantomime and that there was a potential audience for this traditional entertainment.

January 1975 saw the first panto, Dick Whittington and His Cat, staged in St. Marys Hall in the village, and the large numbers seeking tickets warranted the staging of an additional performance.

In the ensuing years Baldoyle has produced a panto each January and this entertainment has become firmly established as the premier, not to mention longest running, pantomime in north Dublin.

Baldoyle Musical Society have overcome many difficulties in their history such as power cuts, severe freezing, petrol strikes and bus strikes but in the oldest tradition of the stage, the show must go on!

A measure of the popularity of the Baldoyle panto is that they already have firm bookings for performances to be staged next January!

In addition to the panto, which is seen by some 3,000 patrons each year, they produce a musical in late April and the high quality of these productions has been rewarded with successes in competition at the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera, the Northern Ireland Festival of Light Opera, and the annual competition run by the Association of Irish Musical Societies (AIMS).

One of the major factors contributing to the longevity and success of Baldoyle MS has been the availability of a permanent home in which to rehearse, store props and costumes, and to perform.

For this, the society is indebted to the Principal and the Board of Management of St. Marys Secondary School, the owners of St. Marys Hall.

In 1973, Sr. Conleth generously gave the society the use of the hall on the basis that we were a community-based group catering for local audiences.

They have also benefitted greatly from the freely given skills of many craftsmen who have provided top-class sets and props. Their workmanship has become a hallmark of Baldoyle, often envied by fellow groups.

One of the stated objectives of the fledgling society was to provide a creative outlet for the people of the local community.

This has been achieved, and indeed quite a number of marriages and partnerships have grown out of the ranks of Baldoyle MS (thats creative!). Today they have sons and daughters (and some grandchildren) of early members treading the boards with them.

In this spirit Baldoyle Musical Society realises that recent developments in the Baldoyle, Clongriffin, Belmayne, Clare Hall, and other areas have brought many new residents into what might be termed the hinterland of Baldoyle.

They feel that there are people now living in the area who may like to get involved with a fun pastime like song and dance while using the opportunity to meet people in their adopted locality.

New members (over the age of 16) are very welcome to join the society, either to perform or to help out either backstage or front of house.

One way or the other, great fun with a great social life is guaranteed for all!

For further details on joining Baldoyle Musical Society or booking tickets for the spring show, please email. info@baldoylemusicalsociety.ie

 

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