This year's annual general meeting of the Cashel Pantomime Society could be its last if it can't attract new members and enthusiasm, the group has warned.
There was no pantomime in Cashel this year because of a lack of active members and the current committee are now warning that unless there is change the pantomime society will have to disband.
The Pantomime Society will hold its annual general meeting this Thursday, April 27, in Halla na Feile, at 8p.m. and anyone interested in taking a role in the group is urged to go along.
This is a very important meeting as the future of the Society is very much at stake.
In a statement the society said: “Cashel and the surrounding areas have an abundance of talent, as has been shown throughout many past productions. For whatever reason, there has been a decline in interest, whether that be at committee level or on the stage. This has led to us struggling to form a committee last year and not producing a show this year.
“The outgoing committee will be stepping down at the AGM, with some members indicating that they are willing to stay on.
“We do need new members to join and be active members or there will be no committee and the society will be forced to disband which we all hope will not be the case.
“If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on our Facebook page, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 086 3038882.”