From Killyman to Hollywood: Local lad Fra Fee to star in Les Misérables movie

Fra Fee will appear alongside Hollywood stars including Anne Hathaway in the film version of musical Les Misérables

He was the local lad who “made it” in the world of acting, having clinched a West End role in Dirty Dancing before moving on to musical giant Les Misérables in London’s Queen’s Theatre.

But now Fra Fee has gained what many aspiring actors can only dream of – an exciting movie role alongside Tinseltown’s biggest stars in a film which will make movie history.

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Fraudsters target Coalisland homes

Residents in the Coalisland area have fallen victim to scammers who phoned their home claiming to be from Microsoft.

Those affected are warning others to look out for the signs of the fraud phone call which has led to some people needing their computers re-formatted and their credit cards changed.

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West End star Fra in second global hit

Fra Fee: A West End star

His father Frank is a local theatre veteran, making regular appearances in both Coalisland’s CRAIC Theatre and Donaghmore’s Bardic, but 24-year-old Fra Fee has hit the big time in London, starring in Les Miserables, the second West End show of his career.  Full story »


Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC notes

Events and notices from Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC.

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Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC notes

Events and notices from Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC.

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Opinion: Media “virtually” tricked by Perry Street

It’s a scene none of us ever imagined we’d see – the Minister for Social Development gleefully having his picture taken on a deeply depressing recession hit street pretending everything was just fine…whilst the journalists watched on fondly.

 

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Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC notes

Events and notices from Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC.

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Brackaville GFC notes

Events and notices from Brackaville GFC.

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Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC notes

Events and notices from Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC.
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Review: ‘Inheritance’ at CRAIC Theatre

InheritanceIt is good enough having a great theatre in our town, but to have a local staging his own play there which one audience member described as “Friel-esque” is something else.

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