Glenamaddy Theatre Festival starts Friday



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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