New drama from Drogheda's oldest theatre group
Published 20/11/2013 | 05:28
THIS week, Drogheda's oldest drama group, St. Brigid's, proudly presents 'Turns', an ambitious evening of short theatre where a cast of over 30 aspiring actors will each get a chance to tread the boards of the venerable Little Duke Theatre.
At 8pm on Wednesday 20th November at the Little Duke Theatre, the curtain will rise on an exciting, eclectic and inclusive evening of entertainment where experienced members of the group will join people who have never performed on stage before and first-time directors will cut their teeth on scenes never before seen in Ireland.
Ten tiny plays, each by a different author, each with a different cast working with a different director will be staged in one evening of diverse theatre.
Just show up at 8pm at the Little Duke Theatre from Wednesday 20th – Saturday 23rd November for a great night of entertainment.
Registration Night with the details of night classes for aspiring beekeepers will be held in the Teagasc Centre, Dundalk on Thursday November 28th, 8pm. The night is planned to provide all the information needed and will including demonstrations of typical equipment used by beekeepers. The evening will end with a Question & Answer session. The night is just for beginners, and people interested taking up beekeeping
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