Beauty & the Beast - 98FM's Karl Dawson stars in this years Red Cow Panto

The Red Cow Inn one of Irelands best known cabaret venues where some of Ireland’s greatest talents have graced the stages including Aslan, Mundy, Mike Denver, Brendan Grace, Dickie Rock and Red Hurley to name but a few, are proud to present its second annual Pantomime ‘Beauty & The Beast’ in association with Karl Dawson Productions.

The two week run opens its doors Tuesday December 18th and runs until December 30th with three matinée and eight evening performances.

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Producer, Director & Star Karl Dawson said, “I am so excited to bring this wonderful pantomime to the Red Cow Stage – a venue that has hosted so many amazing acts in the past, it is also a thrill to be working with such talented performers, many of which come from the local area, it’s hilarious, its magical and its full of talent.”

Beauty & The Beast is the second pantomime to be staged at The Red Cow Inn.

Join us as we follow the adventures of Beauty Bountiful (Fiona Hiney) and the mysterious Beast (Dave Flynn), whose spell cast upon him by the evil witch Desirée (Dearbhla Treasa Nic Raois) can only be lifted by true love.

Beauty’s father Benjamin and his friend Dame Stuffy (Karl Dawson) come to their rescue along with their friends Mrs. Tea Bags (Nicole Kelly), Little Chip (Calum McCarthy) and Lou Mare (Sean Hendley) after Beauty learns the most important lesson of all – that true love comes from within.

A timeless classic about a very special friendship.

The Red Cow Panto is ‘The’ Panto to catch this year, it’s new, it’s fresh and it’s hilarious!

Tickets are now on sale direct from the Red Cow Inn on 01 4593650 or  online at

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