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St Patricks day

Some photos from Saint Patricks day float that Charleville Castle and the Red Embers put in for the parades in Tullamore, Clara and Kilcormac.

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We attended the Clara awards ceremony where we placed seventh. A big thanks to Bertie McMahon and everyone who helped organise the Clara Patricks day parade, it was a great day!

http://www.offalyexpress.ie/news/Brosna-CCE-top-Clara-Parade.6174052.jp

Shakefest

Shakefest 2009

Shakefest has been taking place at Charleville Castle, Tullamore every year since 2006. It is a day full of dance, arts and culture workshops such as Bellydance, Salsa, African Drumming, Yoga, Fire Dance, Circus and Hip Hop for all – a day of ENERGY-DANCE-MOVEMENT. 12 Workshops run on Saturday May 29th from 11am-6:30pm.

Our exciting new addition this year is International Guest Assale Ibrahim from Iraq who will be teaching 2 extra special cultural dance workshops on Sunday May 30th – Gypsy and Classical 2 Veil Sharqi.

Saturday night will host many talented participants in our Annual Bellydance Hafla, Fire Show, Love Cats Burlesque Show, ‘Duck and Cover’ and Chill Out Oojami DJ CYPHER. Package price holders are entitled to invite up to 5 friends or family members for €10 per adult or €5 per child (under 5 free) to attend the additional evening entertainment.

Package Prices are as Follows:

Saturday €65 incl. 3 workshops, night entertainment, entrance fee and camping
Sunday Assale Ibrahim workshops: €60 for 2 workshops incl. entrance fee
WEEKEND PASS: ONLY €99! Includes both Saturday and Sunday workshops, night entertainment, entrance fees and camping.

Individual fees also apply:
€10 entrance fee to the grounds (no workshops)
€20 family pass (up to 1-2 adults and 3 children)
€10 camping
€20 individual workshop choices
€30 Assale Ibrahim individual workshop choice

CHECK OUT WWW.SHAKEFEST.NET FOR FULL DETAILS AND BOOKING FORM!

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Danceathon

On Saturday, March 20th, members of The Red Embers, Stagecraft Ireland and other dance supporters took part in a DANCE-A-THON in aid of Operation Lift. From 10am until 8pm, there were 10 solid hours of poi, bellydance, glow poi and fire dance on display in the Ballroom and outside in the Forecourt. Each participant raised sponsorship for their efforts, and so far €300 has been raised with more to come in.

Members of the Irish Burning Man arrived to glow poi and Firefan dance when they attended The Irish Burner’s Potluck at 7pm, which raised €1000 so far! More to come ….