Above from left: Jenny Dixon as the Fairy Godmother, Jake Carter as Prince Charming, Alan Hughes, and Michele McGrath as the Wicked Stepmother
Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin 8.
The sleb-studded launch of the Cheerios Panto Cinderella [from Karl Broderick and Alan Hughes] at the new PANTODOME at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham which runs from December 5- January5
Oh yes it is.
Check for yourself.
Leon Farrell / Photocall Ireland
From top Girls Aloud at the first Cheerio Childline Concert at The Point in 2003; from left: Gill Waters, Fundraising Director of the ISPCC; John Church, CEO of the ISPCC; Aisling Curran, Associate Marketing Manager of Nestle Cereals Ireland; and Jennifer Walsh, Commercial Planning and Marketing Manager of Nestlé Cereals Ireland
Ian Collins writes:
Nestlé Cereals Ireland and ISPCC Childline celebrated the success of the Cheerios Childline 16 year partnership, which in its final year brings total funds raised to a phenomenal €7.724 million for ISPCC Childline.
With thanks to Cheerios support, Childline, Ireland’s only 24-hour listening service for children and young people, answered its 7 millionth call in 2018.
The partnership commenced in 2003 with the sponsorship of the Cheerios Childline Concerts, which welcomed national and international superstars to Dublin over 11 years and saw a huge €5.34 million raised for Childline.
Irish Olympic boxer Paddy Barnes (left) on shelves with Katie Taylor (right)
Rob O’Loughlin writes:
Something for Paddy [Barnes] to tuck into when he gets home….Rory really recommends ’em!