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Kildare society wins top award at All Ireland Drama Festival

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The Prosperous Dramatic Society from Kildare were crowned RTÉ All Ireland Drama champions at the gala awards ceremony in the Radisson Blu Hotel on Saturday, May 12.

Amateur Drama Award recipients announced

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The Railway Theatre Group has been awarded the Mayo County Council Amateur Drama Award for 2016, which was assessed by an external, independent, panel on the following criteria: innovation; development of excellence; quality and creativity; which improve the amateur drama sector in an area. All amateur drama groups based in the county are eligible to apply for the award of €1,000.

KATS to perform The Perfect Murder

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THE KNOCKNACARRA Amateur Theatre Society stage The Perfect Murder in An Taibhdhearc Theatre, Middle Street, from Wednesday November 11 to Saturday 14 at 8pm.

RTÉ confident of continued All Ireland Drama success

Dean Crowe gets dramatic cool look set ahead of RTÉ All Ireland Drama finals

The Dean Crowe Theatre has undergone a dramatic change of colour to a cool grey as it prepares to host the RTÉ All Ireland Drama Finals starting on Thursday May 1.

Drama festival brings new talent to Athlone

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The full programme for the 62nd annual RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival was announced last weekend.

Thousands of drama fans to flock to town for 61st All-Ireland finals next Thursday

Athlone is once again preparing to welcome drama theatre fans from across the country as the 61st RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival was officially launched this week.

MEM Players perform Play On! - A play about theatre gone awry

Rick Abbot’s hilarious three act comedy Play On! will be staged from November 23-25 in Milltown Community Centre, Rathconrath, by the MEM Players.

Programme announced for Athlone based 60th RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival

Prosperous Dramatic Society will have the honour of opening the 60th RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival when the curtain rises at the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone on Thursday May 3. With their production of Deadline by Robert Massey, the group hopes to follow on from their success at the event last year where they finished as runners-up.

Little Theatre’s Two for national Drama Final

Anticipation has reached fever pitch as the cast and crew of Athlone Little Theatre’s production of Two by Jim Cartwright ready themselves for the national One Act Drama Finals in Ennis this Sunday afternoon, December 4. This is the Little Theatre’s very first appearance in the All-Ireland One Act Finals, and how fitting it is that this historic event occurs at the end of the theatre’s 75th anniversary year.

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