The 56th Glenamaddy Annual Theatre Festival opens on Thursday, the 23rd of March for 10 nights, with the closing night being Saturday, 1st of April. The venue is the Town Hall Theatre.
At the recent launch, chairperson of Glenamaddy Annual Theatre Festival Peter Keaveney complimented the hard work of the festival committee and thanked all the sponsors of the festival.
Peter highlighted the great programme of plays that are on offer in the festival this year and which are certainly not to be missed!
Festival Director Coman Keaveny outlined who the ten competing groups are and gave a synopsis of each play.
From Thursday, March 23rd, groups from across the country will take to the stage at Glenamaddy Town Hall Theatre.
The opening night will feature Flann O’Brien’s ‘The Third Policeman’ performed by The Phoenix Players, Tubbercurry. Other groups will take to the stage over the following nights and the festival will feature many renowned plays, including ‘Philadelphia Here I Come’ and ‘The Cripple of Inishmann’.
Doors open each night at 7.30 pm with curtain down at 8 pm. Admission is €12 (Season tickets: €80).
For more information on all the performances and to book or buy an €80 season ticket, please contact 086-2045896 from 11 am-4 pm daily. Like our new Facebook page (Glenamaddy Annual Theatre Festival) or check out www.glenamaddydrama.com.