The 58th Annual Glenamaddy Theatre Festival opens on Friday, 22nd of March for nine nights, with the closing night being Saturday, 30th of March.
The schedule is as follows:
The opening night (Friday 22nd) will feature ‘The Quare Land’, by John McManus, performed by the Knocks Drama Group from Co. Fermanagh.
Saturday 23rd: ‘Rabbit Hole’ by David Lindsay-Abaire, presented by Glenamaddy Players.
Sunday 24th: ‘The Beauty Queen of Leenane’ by Martin McDonagh, presented by Skibbereen Theatre Society, Co. Cork.
Monday 25th: ‘Life Sucks’ by Aaron Posner, presented by Corofin Dramatic Society, Co. Clare.
Tuesday 26th: ‘Fool for Love’ by Sam Sephard, presented by Doonbeg Drama Group, Co. Clare.
Wednesday 27th: ‘I Do Not Like Thee Dr. Fell’ by Brendan Farrell, presented by Cloonacool Players, Co. Sligo
Thursday 28th: ‘Same Old Moon’ by Geraldine Aron, presented by Compántas Lir, Claregalway.
Friday 29th: ‘The Lieutenant of Inishmore’ by Martin McDonagh, presented by Kilmeen Drama Group, Co. Cork.
Saturday 30th: ‘What Happened Bridgie Cleary’ by Tom MacIntyre, presented by Nenagh Players, Co. Tipperary.
Doors open each night at 7.30 pm with curtain up at 8 pm. Admission is €12 and season tickets are €80.
For more information on all the performances and to book or buy a season ticket, please contact 086-2045896 from 11 am-4 pm daily.
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