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Pony Panto – The Blog

The wondrous Christmas show is taking a sabbatical this year, it’s been a wild five years, magic things happened, tickets sold out, audiences were loving it, performers were having a great time…but sometimes energy runs out, money definitely runs out, and what was new and exciting gets a little safe. Maybe it was one of […]

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Leoniepony – Summer Gigs 2017

Have a plethora of performances coming up… Quickfire Comedy – July 1st at 3pm in Black Box Belfast Comedy Lab: Quickfire Comedy Maevefest – July 1st at 9pm.  Ramelton Town Hall, Donegal. MCing this brill night at the end of a brill day for a brill cause in honour of a brill woman! Say no […]

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Sinnead….at last!

It’s finally happening, lawd I am excited. Sinnead is bringing her world arena tour to the world. About time too, I say. This gig will be a joy. Not only has she a full band, with a brass section and backing singer, lead by Donal Scullion, she also has backing dancers, projections, loadsa songs, surprises […]

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Earagail Arts Festival – New Commission

Earagail Arts Festival are delighted to commission the international, award-winning ponydance to produce a new work inspired by the stories, anecdotes and fabulous tales of the people of Inishowen, culminating in a performance in Malin Village on July 8th and 9th. Come join Leoniepony in a two hour intensive workshop exploring ways of devising theatre, sharing stories […]

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Things what happened in 2016…

Well, how the time flies! It’s a quarter way into 2017 already and beavering away at projects happening this year, but let’s have a quick recap of 2016. ‘Ponies Don’t Play Football’ filled a transformed St Martin’s Church for a magical Tuesday night in March. We did two shows, packed each one and it was […]

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Things what happened in 2015

Another interesting year in ponyland. I can’t remember what happened in January, recovering from panto no doubt and February was quiet too. There was definitely a week spent in Cork working with Croi Glan, in fact there were many weeks over the year, spent in Cork with Croi Glan, praise be. March, April, May were […]

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Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015

Well we are home again and in one piece. All 16 of us! Six musicians, four dancers, a floating performer, a technician, an apprentice and three hot girlfriends. The difference between the first show and last was remarkable. A leap from dismal to dazzling. This show biz is a right ol’ rollercoaster. I still haven’t […]