Five Things To Do Around Tralee This Weekend

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The Easter holidays are coming to an end but there’s still a few things to do over the weekend…


1. Getting lippy in Churchill…

With just a month a go, the Churchill GAA Club Lip Sing 2018 event will be officially launched at the Oyster Tavern tonight.

The contestants will be officially revealed and those precious tickets (€20) will go on sale after the launch so it’s best to get your one early before they’re all sold out. Get there before 9.30pm!


2. We jammin’…

If you’re in the Square why not stop and enjoy a bit of music.

The first of a series of live music performances from local musicians start is taking place from 1pm-3pm. It’s organised by the Street Performers of Tralee so they’d love a bit of support.

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3. Club championship action…

Local clubs are in action on Saturday in Round 2 of the Club Championship and come teams are playing at home.

John Mitchels take on St Marys in Ballyseedy and out the road, Churchill play Skellig Rangers. Ballymac also have a home tie against Listowel Emmets. St Pats Blennerville have to travel to Keel though. All matches have a 6.30pm throw-in.


4. More club championship action…

Kerins O’Rahillys and Austin Stacks both have home ties in the club championship against Dr Crokes and An Ghaeltacht respectively.

Ardfert are at home to Dromid but Na Gaeil have an away tie in Finuge. All games begin at 2.30pm.

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5. Gee Wiz…

Siamsa Tíre is the venue for some great fun with ‘The Wizard Of Oz’ from the Tenacity School Of Performing Arts at 2pm and 7pm. It could be a final treat for the kids before the holidays end.

Join Dorothy as she sets off with her little dog Toto on the adventure of a lifetime. Meet Miss Gulch the nasty neighbour and Professor Marvel the Fortune Teller and the dreadful Wicked Witch Of The East.

Dorothy meets them all as she continues on her adventure with her three new friends: Tin Man, Scarecrow and Lion. Through courage, tenacity and determination  Dorothy finds – not only her own destiny but the destiny of her three friends.

With choreography from Joanne O’Connor and vocals from the students of Tenacity School of Performing Arts, this show promises to have something for all the family.

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