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Best yet - All Ireland Drama Festival receives high praise

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“We don’t want a good festival. We want a great festival” - drama festival launched

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The All-Ireland Drama Festival in Athlone has secured sponsorship from RTÉ for another three years.

Athlone Little Theatre presents John B Keane’s The Chastitute

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Opening on Saturday night at Athlone Little Theatre is the wonderfully hilarious comedy The Chastitute, written by the one and only John B Keane. This is a real treat for the audience as it is one of Keane’s best plays and shows the author’s real talent for looking at Irish society and putting his own comic spin on it.

A night of dancing and fundraising planned for local GAA clubs

St Josephs Football Club and Bealnamulla Ladies Football Club have come up with a fun way to raise valuable funding for their clubs. Strictly Fun Dancing was launched this week - where 14 couples from across Athlone are currently being put through their paces for 10 weeks of gruelling dance lessons of modern ballroom and Latin American dance. Each couple will dance the modern ballroom quickstep, foxtrot, and a jive, taught by professional teacher Lukas Mierzwa to hopefully make a great night’s entertainment for all and a fundraising success.

Memories and Melodies returns by popular demand

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Written by Jean Farrell, Memories and Meldoies is a one woman drama that spans four decades in the lives of six characters.

One-woman drama tells touching and hilarious story

Memories and Melodies, wirtten by Jean Farrell, is a one-woman drama spaning four decades in the lives of six characters called Mary. Inspired by a true stories, the production will be performed nightly in Athlone Little Theatre from November 8-10.

Comedy treat in store for theatre audiences

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Athlone Little Theatre is set to banish the autumn gloom this October with a new production of Neil Simon’s hilarious and heartwarming play, Barefoot in the Park, which opens at the theatre on Wednesday October 6.


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