Pegasus, through its various divisions, works with a wide range of blue chip companies with national and international reputations. We are proud to support some of the most successful and dynamic organisations in Ireland and beyond – including Failte Ireland, CMS Law, the Catholic Church, The Garda Representative Association, Irish Hockey, Badminton Ireland, The Civic Theatre, The Waterford Royal, Draiocht, The Mill Theatre, Click.ie and the county councils of Cavan, Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Galway, Leitrim, Monaghan, Meath, Sligo, Tipperary, Waterford and Wicklow.

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Testimonials

  • Libraries, Arts, Culture & Heritage, Roscommon County Council

    The Great War Roadshow was an important and integral part of our cultural services planning this year. The quality and standard of the presentations at the King House event in County Roscommon was impressive and the various speakers left a lasting impression with the audience. We had positive engagement and feedback on the variety of subjects and themes covered and the event proved a fitting, valuable and informative event as part of our decade of commemorations programme.
    Richie Farrell
  • Munster Express

    RTE presenter Myles Dungan brought his entertaining and informative Great War Roadshow to the Waterford Theatre Royal and commemorated, in song and story, aspects of that ‘war to end all wars’. His programme notes were an ammunition case of interesting facts and he delivered introductions with wit and irony… He was joined by the excellent Brook Singers… the actor/singer Brendan MacQuaile added a dramatic touch and Jonathan Creasy and Sadhbh Burt Fitzgerald brought rap and youth to the stage.
    Liam Murphy
  • Cavan County Council Library Service

    The Great War Roadshow was a tremendous success in Cavan. Lectures were delivered in a very professional manner and provided knowledge, information and entertainment in equal measure. The musical evening in the Town Hall was a fitting finale to the event and many patrons hoped that the show would be repeated in neighbouring counties. Songs and music were performed by artists whose enthusiasm was infectious. Myles Dungan did trojan work as co-ordinator and his energy never flagged from 10am to 10pm. The Roadshow commemorates the Great War in a fitting and enjoyable manner and is well worth going to see.
    Tom Sullivan

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