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Coláiste Mhuire students present: ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’

The Transition Year students at Coláiste Mhuire, Mullingar are undergoing final rehearsals for their production of the 1962 classic novel ‘One Flew Over the...

Final tickets on sale for Life Festival 2017

IRELAND’S summer festival season will be kicking off on the shores of Lough Ennell outside Mullingar in just over four weeks, when Life 2017...

BBC nominated folk singer to play Mullingar Arts Centre

A former electrician, who decided to change profession after seeing Christy Moore perform on Irish TV, Daoirí Farrell is being described by some of...

Mullingar Instrumental band ‘Megacone’ making waves in the UK

By Claire Corrigan “A really talented group of musicians who are on a mission to bring something fresh and different to the table” - ...

Mullingar’s West End Boy Mark wraps up four months on the road

By Claire Corrigan MARK Irwin was feeling the effects of four months of non-stop singing when he sat down to talk to Topic last...

David McSavage brings his take on modern Irish life to Mullingar Arts Centre

The ever-controversial David McSavage is set to bring his take on modern Irish life to stage when he plays at Mullingar Arts Centre, for...

The Academic to perform St. Patrick’s Day set at SXSW

Mullingar indie quartet The Academic are set to swap the damp and cold weather of Ireland for the blistering heat of Austin, Texas when...

Mullingar’s answer to Hozier taking Germany by storm

By Áine Leech Mullingar-native and Berlin-based musician Sion Hill has been making waves in Berlin recently, supporting Pete Doherty on tour as well as releasing...

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Lakeland Hampers – Shopping Local for you this Christmas

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Books make life bearable in 2020 and beyond

This year is definitely the strangest on record, but despite its challenges, we remain an essential service and are still getting books to customers.

Panto is gone, but it’s still the biggest Christmas deal in town

Mullingar Pantomime Group’s plans for their most ambitious Christmas Show were dealt a blow last weekend following the announcement of Government restrictions on live shows.

Westmeath duo say it was a privilege to wear Westmeath jersey

“It was just brilliant. The teams I played against and the players I played with and against, it has just been a privilege to wear the Westmeath jersey,” said Brendan Murtagh as he reflected on over 20 years playing with Westmeath.

Preparing for Winter motoring

Driving in the winter season can be quite intimidating and challenging for many for various reasons; fluctuating Irish weather (many would argue we have...