The Western Drama Festival Tubbercurry presents ‘The One Act Drama Festival 2017’
This busy festival programme begins on Thursday 16th November and runs right through until Saturday 18th November. The performances will take place in St Brigid’s Hall nightly from 8pm.

Mr Ciaran McCauley will adjudicate over the course of the festival. Ciaran is from Sligo and has worked as an Actor with Blue Raincoat Theatre Company since 1991. He has extensive experience in all aspects of theatre work and has an MA in Drama and Performance from UCD.

The Festival has an excellent programme of plays on offer over the three nights which will be performed by the top drama groups in the country.
The Western Drama Festival have been honoured to host the All-Ireland (Confined) Drama Finals earlier this year. They welcome everyone this November to St Brigit’s Hall which has been regarded as the perfect venue for a festival of drama.

They are proud to present a mix of plays being performed in the festival over what is promised to be an exciting and entertaining few nights in Tubbercurry!

Thursday 16th November, 8pm
D.A.D.S. Dunmore  “What Would You Do if I Sang Out of Tune” John McDwyer
Clann Machua DG, Kiltimagh “Hunger March” Michael Bodenstein
Glenamaddy Players “The Donahue Sisters” Geraldine Aaron

Friday 17th November, 8pm
Ballyshannon Drama Society “Five Kinds of Silence” Shelagh Stephenson
Salmon Eile, Co Kildare “Gum and Goo” Howard Brenton
Roscommon Drama Group “Touching Tomorrow” Gillian Ploughman

Saturday 18th November, 8pm
Ennis Players “Semblance of Madness” John H Newmeir
Bradán Players, Leixlip “The Best Warm Beer in Brooklyn” James Milligan
Backstage Theatre Group, Longford “Love in a Glass Jar” Nancy Harris