‘Johnnie’, a comedy in three acts by PG O’Dea, is the latest offering from Crossna Dramatic Society. Set in rural Ireland in 1953, ‘Johnnie’ is a story of love, intrigue, busted buttons and the envy of a legacy. The play will be performed in Cleen Community Centre, Knockvicar, on April 18th and 19th, starting at 9 pm each evening. Doors open at 8.30 pm, tickets cost €10. The Crossna Dramatic Society was revived in 2004 after a break in its long history of local amateur dramatics and has since gone from strength to strength. This year there are several new, very keen cast members and for some of them it is their acting debut. The Society, through their productions have been able to contribute to many local charities and have become a very important part of the local community. This will be the group’s third production in as many years. More information about the Crossna Dramatic Society is available from Judy Byford on (086) 1566441.