Drama continues in Ballinamore and Kiltyclogher

Both Ballinamore and Kiltyclogher are continuing their drama festivals this week, with plenty of entertainment in store!

Both Ballinamore and Kiltyclogher are continuing their drama festivals this week, with plenty of entertainment in store!

In Ballinamore this Wednesday night, March 6 experience ‘Poor Beast In The Rain’ written by Billy Roche and presented by Phoenix Players, Tubbercurry.

On Thursday 7th Corn Mill Theatre Group from Carrigallen perform ‘Brothers Of The Brush’, written by Jimmy Murphy.

On Friday 8th ‘The Loves Of Cass McGuire’ written by Brian Friel, is presented by Amphitheatre Company from Kilkee, Co. Clare. On Saturday 9th Ballycogley Players from Wexford give us their production of ‘Shakespeare’s Comedy Of Errors’, adapted by Fintan Murphy and the Festival closes on Sunday 10th with Tom Griffin’s ‘The Boys Next Door’ presented by Estuary Players from Dublin.

The performances start each night, in the Community Centre, at 8.30pm, except for Sunday 10th which starts at 8.00pm.

The nightly entrance fee is €10 with a €6 concession rate for pensioners and students. Booking is essential for Corn Mill’s performance on Thursday 7th, call 086- 1547788.

In Kiltyclogher, a group from Mullagh, Co. Cavan are newcomers to the Kilty venue and they will be on stage on Wednesday March 6th with Mark Doherty’s “Trad”.

No festival would be complete without a Brian Friel play so Garymore Drama Group from Co. Mayo will fill that slot on Thursday March 7th with the ever popular “Dancing at Lughnasa.” The Estuary Players from Dublin will present “The Boy Next Door” by Tom Griffin on Friday 8th.

Compantas Lir from Claregalway will bring the festival to a close on Saturday 9th with Niall William’s “The Way You Look Tonight”.

Nightly tickets cost just €8.

Enjoy the drama!