Monthly Archives: May 2015

Congratulations to all the winners in the All Ireland Drama Finals 2015. Here is the official list of winners and nominations, courtesy of www.dramafestival.ie. The Winners Perpetual Trophy The Palace Players, Fermoy with ‘Conversations On A Homecoming’. Best Director Liam Howard of The Palace Players, Fermoy for’ Conversations On A Homecoming’. Best Actor Rónán P. Byrne of Bunclody/Kilmyshall Drama Group for playing Mick in ‘Stolen Child’. Best Actress Josephine Byrne of Bunclody/Kilmyshall Drama Group for playing Peggy in ‘Stolen Child’. Best Actor in a Supporting Role Ger Liston of Shoestring Theatre Company for playing Fr.Rice in’Trad’. Best Actress in a Supporting Role Mary Flavin of The Palace Players, Fermoy for playing Missus in ‘Conversations On A Homecoming’. Best Stage Management…

On Thursday, April 30th, Ballyshannon Drama Society opened the RTE All Ireland Drama Finals with ‘God of Carnage’, and now on Saturday May 9th we head to Athlone once again to attend the Awards Ceremony in the Radisson Hotel. It would be great to bring back some All Ireland silverware to Ballyshannon, but it was a fantastic honour and a great achievement to get on to the Dean Crowe stage two years in a row. News from Saturday night will be announced on our Facebook and Twitter accounts. If you have a Periscope account (which is linked to your Twitter account) we will hopefully be able to share the ceremony with you. Best of luck to all groups involved, particularly our Donegal counterparts,…