Bish Bash 2018

Bish Bash 2018

‘Bish Bash 2018’ took place in the Black Box over two nights in December. This year’s show saw a wide array of performances including some remarkable piano players, banjo players, singers, dancers and musicians.

The production crew - Sarah Gleeson, Keith O’Reilly, Stefanie Carr, Michael Quain, Amy Considine, Marie Connolly, Elaine Dobbyn, Dónal Quilty, Gráinne Cotter and Kate O’Regan  – worked with the acts for eight weeks prior to the show, advising and helping to polish the performances.

The backstage crew – Ryan Hornet, Alan Whyte, Oran Fahy, Dean Flaherty-Shaw and Richard Olayiwola – generated plenty of laughs dressed as nuns while pulling the show seamlessly together.

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Bish Bash 2017

Bish Bash 2017

Ryan Osabuohien  winner of Bish Bash 2017 with the Bish Bash Trophy .PDF

Ryan Osabuohien won the Bish Bash Talent Competition on Saturday the 9th of December after performing to two sell out shows. All of the acts were fantastic and their performances blew the audience away. Picture above is of Ryan, who is a first year student, with the trophy outside the Bish. Well done one and all and we look forward to Bish Bash 2018 which is always the highlight of the Bish school year.

Bish Bash 2016

Bish Bash 2016

Bish Bash 2016 was a massive success. Congratulations to all involved. 

The winner of the Hassan Taiwo Award for Originality was Francis Fallon. 
The winner of the Best Visual Act was The Disney Princesses. 
The winner of the Spirit of the Bish Bash was Brian O Malley. 

Francis Fallon is our Bish Bash Winner 2016. Well done Francis. You were outstanding!! 

Congratulations also to Cathal and Donal Murphy who came second and Jade Baco and Gaby Okocha who came third.

CHECK OUT GREAT BISH BASH PHOTOS ON BISH GUIDANCE FACEBOOK CLICK HERE

 

Bish Bash 2015

Bish Bash 2015

Flashback to last December and a wonderful show .... Bish Bash 2015

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Bish Bash 2014

Bish Bash 2014

BISH BASH TICKETS SOLD OUT FOR BOTH FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS 3/4TH DECEMBER 2015. 

For those of you lucky enough to have a ticket, enjoy what promises to be another fantastic show.

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Bish Bash 2013

Bish Bash 2013

Bish Bash 2013 took place in the Town Hall Theatre over two nights in December. 

Despite a Boyband Invasion and an impromptu performance from Dolly Parton, the night was a huge success.

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Bish Bash 2012

Bish Bash 2012

The Bish Bash Talent Show was a tremendous success which took place on December 7th & 8th in The Black Box Theatre. Shane Duignan won it with his incredible dancing routine. The school is already looking forward to BB 2013.

 

Bish Bash 2011

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.

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Bish Bash 2010

Bish Bash 2010

‘The Bish’ has a rich history of dramatic and musical productions which includes shows such as Oklahoma, The Merchant of Venice, South Pacific and many others. There is no doubt that the artistic, dramatic and musical talents of our students are quite something to behold, and in 2010, there was something for everyone to enjoy in the first ever ‘Bish Bash’.

The task of putting this show together began in September, when several teachers held a meeting and came up with a few ideas on what to do. It wasn’t long before the school was plastered with posters advertising the auditions for ‘Bish Bash – Sure Give it a Lash!’ The response to the auditions was fantastic, and there was a buzz about the school as students and teachers worked tirelessly over the next few months, filling the halls and classrooms with music, comedy, singing, rapping, and dancing. Each of the twenty acts was assigned a teacher ‘mentor’ who helped to guide and to perfect each performance.

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