THE curtain is set to this weekend come up on the latest production by the Dromahane based Open Door Drama Group.
Their seventh offering to the public, which will run for five nights between February 1-9, will be Bernard Farrell's acclaimed play 'All In Favour Say No'.
One of the principal aims of the group is to gain new members, with each successive production boasting a new face treading the boards.
This year is no different as the group welcomes John Hanley in the role of Ronnie Partridge.
He will be joined on stage, under the direction of veteran director Billy Barry, by a cast of 11 other actors including Pat Taylor, Phil Barry, Denis O'Leary and Geraldine Scanlon.
Set in a metalwork factory, the play takes an insightful look at industrial relations and the people caught up in the middle of a protracted workplace dispute.
Tickets for the play, which will start at 8pm on each night, are available at the door and cost €10 and €5.