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The winners of this year’s Claremorris Drama Festival are to be announced on Monday when the 10-day showcasing of acting talent from some of Ireland’s leading drama groups comes to an official close.
Once again patrons can look forward to a festival programme which brings the best of amateur drama to Roscommon when Roscommon Drama Festival opens on Friday March 6.
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.
Taking place across nine nights from March 4 to 12 at Roscommon Arts Centre, this year’s Roscommon Drama Festival features plenty of old classics and contemporary showstoppers to entertain all.
After a hugely successful run last year, Roscommon Drama Festival once again presents a packed nine night programme of theatre from Friday March 6 to Saturday March 14. Opening night welcomes back last year’s winners Cornmill Theatre Company to the stage with Kevin’s Bed by Bernard Farrell. Both funny and bittersweet, this play plays out the events surrounding a 50th wedding anniversary – all is laid bare and truths are told, for better or worse.
The 2009 Roscommon Drama Festival is gearing up to be another unmissable event with nine nights of fantastic drama and competition kicking off on Friday March 6 in Roscommon Arts Centre.
The 2009 RTE All Ireland Drama Festival will get off to a flying start on Friday May 1 next as Kilmeen Drama Group from Cork take to the stage with Jimmy Murphy's touching play The Kings of the Kilburn High Road. Successfully adapted for film as Kings, this award winning work, which tells the tale of a group of Irish emigrant workers who meet up 25 years after they first set off seeking employment in England, will set the standard at this year's festival.