Bish Bash 2011

There are very few events in a school calendar capable of making the whole heart of the school beat in unison. Bish Bash proved this year that it is capable of captivating an entire school community with such a degree of anticipation and excitement that, on the week of December 9th, 2011, it was all anyone could talk about. From the office staff to the teaching staff, to the students and their friends and families, the demand for a seat at the show was phenomenal. Every seat was booked-out within a day and a half, leaving hundreds disappointed.


The show was presented impeccably by sixth years Keith McDonagh and Robert Joyce. There were many spellbinding performances on the night. Third-prize runner-up was fifth year Evan McGuire for his rousing performance on piano of Nuvole Bianche. Second place runner up was fifth year Shane Duignan for his toe-tapping dance interpretation of Moves Like Jagger.

The star of the evening, however, was our very own Mario Rosenstock, sixth year Michael Connor, whose impersonations of Brendan O’Connor, Joan Burton, Enda Kenny and Michael D. Higgins to name a few had everyone present awe-struck at how he did it, and rolling in the aisles with laughter.


Once again, ‘Bish Bash’ was a great success. All involved would agree that the craic was mighty throughout the whole process. Again, Bish Bash provided a platform for so many students to showcase their talents, and long may this continue.

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