Previous articleMan was grooming young girl after sexual assaultNext articleToy appeal admin Email Advertisement NewsLocal NewsLucky break for drunk manBy admin – December 4, 2012 569 Facebook WhatsApp Twitter A MAN charged with being drunk and disorderly at Shannon Street last year avoided prison because a Russian interpreter was not available in court. Eduardas Stankevicius (30), of McGarry House had been ordered to complete a period of community service in lieu of a four-month prison sentence and was to engage with the Probation Services to compile a suitability report. Last week, the court heard he hadn’t engaged with the Probation Services and Judge Eugene O’Kelly was unable to invoke the prison sentence because a Russian interpreter was not present to translate. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Adjourning the case until January 23, Judge O’Kelly warned the defendant to engage with the Probation Service in the meantime. Print Linkedin
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View Comments Muggles rejoice! The hotly anticipated Harry Potter stage play is so epic, it’s going to be staged in two parts. “It can be seen on consecutive days in the same week or in some instances on the same day,” producer Sonia Friedman told the Daily Mail. This is because the story was “too long to be told in a traditional length and it became inevitable that it had to be in two parts.” Schedules for Harry Potter and The Cursed Child are still being finalized, but as previously reported the production will open at the Palace Theatre next summer.The production will be based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Penned by Thorne, the play will directed by Tony winner Tiffany (Once). Casting will be announced later.The Harry Potter play will look into the story of the wizard’s parents, James and Lily Evans Potter, before they were murdered by Lord Voldemort, and Harry Potter’s early years as an orphan and outcast.The seven-volume Harry Potter series has sold more than 450 million copies and been translated into 77 languages. The books were adapted into eight movies starring Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winners Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter and Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley, along with Emma Watson as Hermione Granger.Currently home to The Commitments, which will close on November 1, the Palace Theatre usually plays host to musicals, but we somehow have a feeling that they’ll have no problem selling tickets.We also sense that this has “Broadway transfer” written all over it.