From Broadway to Ballyearl

Poster for concerts in Courtyard Theatre, Ballyearl, November 2017

Fortwilliam Musical Society return with our annual week of concerts in the Courtyard Theatre, fresh from our sell-out productions of All Shook Up and Singin’ in the Rain.

Come and join both the adult and youth groups for what is sure to be an entertaining evening of popular music from movies, musicals and well-known artists led by their new musical director, Niall O’Flaherty.

We will also be performing a couple of numbers from our upcoming show, Sister Act.

Tickets are available from the Courtyard Theatre website and by phone on 028 9034 0202.

Book Tickets

Sister Act

Sister Act logo

We are delighted to announce that we will be presenting Sister Act from Wed 28 Feb – Sat 3 March 2018 in the Theatre at the Mill, Newtownabbey.

The original music was composed by the multiple Academy, Grammy and Tony award-winning composer Alan Menken (Little Shop of HorrorsBeauty and the BeastTangled and many more) and the show features a host of rousing dance routines and uptempo songs inspired by Motown, soul and disco, including Take Me to HeavenRaise Your Voice and Spread the Love Around.

Tickets are now available from the Theatre at the Mill website and by phone on 028 9034 0202.

Book Tickets

All Shook Up

All-Shook-Up-C'mon-Everybody

C’mon Everybody

Following the huge success of Sweeney Todd and The Wizard of Oz, Fortwilliam Musical Society presented All Shook Up – the latest ‘jukebox’ musical featuring some of the best-known songs of Elvis Presley including:

  • Jailhouse Rock
  • Heartbreak Hotel
  • It’s Now or Never, and of course,
  • All Shook Up
 
Set in the 1950s midwest in a straight-laced town, ‘All Shook Up’ tells the story of Chad, a fun-lovin’ Roustabout who comes to town and shakes things up. A truly hilarious comedy ensues as the people of the town are inspired to follow their true feelings.

Emma Dallas played the leading lady, Natalie, and was nominated for an AIMS Award for Best Comedienne. Click to read more…

See cast details and photos

Singin’ in the Rain

Singin-in-the-Rain-finale

Fortwilliam Youth Group presented Singin’ in the Rain in the Theatre at the Mill on Sat 29 April.

This light-hearted spoof of frantic Hollywood takes place as the advent of sound changes all the movie-making rules and Monumental Studios prepares its romantic epic The Duelling Cavalier.

The show includes some of the best-loved comedy routines, dance numbers and love ballads ever written. With a vintage score and book – and that torrential dance number – Singin’ In the Rain is 24-carat classic entertainment.

See cast details and photos

Recent News

Introducing Vijay Sharma

Introducing Vijay Sharma

We are delighted to announce that Vijay Sharma will be playing the role of caring policeman Sweaty Eddie in our upcoming production of Sister Act. Eddie has a lot of work to do in order to protect Deloris as she takes refuge […]
Introducing Wendy Pyper

Introducing Wendy Pyper

We are delighted to announce that the Mother Superior taking charge of the Convent in Sister Act is Wendy Pyper.  Following her performance as Mayor Matilda Hyde in our 2017 production of All Shook Up, we are looking forward to see […]
Introducing Kelly Brown

Introducing Kelly Brown

We are so excited to announce that Kelly Brown will be taking on the role of Deloris Van Cartier in our upcoming production of Sister Act. Kelly performed as a backing singer for Gloria Gaynor and Engelbert Humperdinck across the UK and […]

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