Ailliliú Fionnuala, Donal O’Kelly’s solo show about the Shell Corrib gas project, will play the Lehanmore Theatre in Garnish this Saturday, March 23rd at 8pm. The show has just been selected for a prestigious Edinburgh theatre for the world-renowned Fringe Festival this August.
THE curtains were drawn on the 52nd West Cork Drama Festival recently after the closing production of John MacDwyer’s enjoyable Callaghan’s Place by Palace Players from Fermoy and adjudicator Colin Dolley announced the results to a packed theatre.
by Maggie Hogan THE 52nd West Cork Drama Festival opens in a newly refurbished St Mary’s theatre Rossmore on March 8th and the festival runs until Thursday March 14th. A rich miscellany of drama will take to the stage including comedy, farces and both Irish modern and popular classics.
Upcoming Shows at St Marys Theatre Rossomore:
THE Kilmeen Drama Group’s production of Thy Will Be Done by Michael Carey will be staged in Rossmore on four Thursdays in August. This lovely Comedy Drama impressed all who attended the opening performance in St Mary’s Theatre last week.
FORTY-eight students from third and fourth class in Gaelscoil Chloch na gCoillte travelled to Mullingar this week to compete in the “Féile Drámaíochta na h-Éireann” (All Ireland Drama Festival) for primary schools. The week-long festival sees pupils from primary schools from all over the country compete in the event. The Clonakilty Gaelscoil students will enter the Choral Verse section of the festival with “Anseo i Lár an Ghleanna”, having progressed