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2 March, Friday
8.00 PM Sharp
The Wier
by Conor McPherson

Presented by
Kilrush Drama Group
The play is set in a rural Irish pub. As the evening progresses, three local men start to tell tales of ghostly happenings in the town. They are then joined by Valerie who then tells her own story. There is the hint that her tale may lead to salvation and, eventually, a happy ending. Examining chances of missed opportunity and the loneliness that results in it, The Weir is a haunting play with its roots in Irish folklore.
3 March, Saturday
8.00 PM Sharp
Beneath an Irish Sky
by Kieran Kelly

Presented by
Letterkenny Music and Drama Group
Set in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, between 1914-1924, this play tells the fictional account of one man's journey through those turbulent times questioning what made him pick up a gun to fight for his country. The play depicts how the central character, Brendan McDevitt, was affected by the seismic events unfolding around him. A life-altering decision will have far reaching implications for both himself and his family.
4 March, Sunday
8.00 PM Sharp
The Glass Menagerie
by Tennessee Williams

Presented by
Compantas Lir
This play is about memory. The action of the play centres on Tom, his mother Amanda, and his sister, Laura. In 1937 they live together in a small apartment in St. Louis. Their father abandoned them years earlier and Tom is now the family's breadwinner. Tom longs to be free and set off into the world and so if Tom and Amanda can find a husband for Laura, then Tom will be free of this responsibility to them. But things don't work out as planned.
5 March, Monday
8.00 PM Sharp
Meeting at the Menin Gate
by Martin Lynch

Presented by
Newtownstewart Theatre Company
While gathered to take part at the moving Menin Gate Last Post ceremony at Ypres, Liz, a Protestant woman, meets Terry, a republican man on the same trip, with leads to a brief romance. Liz learns of Terry's past and confronts him about it. The play looks at the perpetrator's story, where he came from, how and why he picked up a gun. Though dealing with serious and tragic issues, it's a play that has plenty of Ulster craic and humour.
6 March, Tuesday
8.00 PM Sharp
Kings of Kilburn High
by Jimmy Murphy

Presented by
Lislea Players
Six young Irish working men emigrated to London in the early 1970's. They intended to stay only a little while, make seem money and return home as successful men, but that day never seemed to arrive. The entire play takes place in one afternoon and an evening in a pub, as five characters drink to their fallen friend - the only one to make it home, albeit in a coffin. Secrets are revealed and lies are uncovered.
7 March, Wednesday
8.00 PM Sharp
Unbroken Circle
by James Wesley

Presented by
Gorey Little Theatre
Set in 1970 Texas, a family is brought together for the first time in years on the day of the patriarch's funeral. As day turns into night the impact of the man on his family unfolds in surprising ways, leaving each member grappling with the truth. It is at times funny and disturbing as it explores family secrets.
8 March, Thursday
8.00 PM Sharp
The Cowboys
by Peter Trant

Presented by
Revenant Theatre Company
Set in a meat factory loading bay in a town somewhere along the border, this is a darkly humorous tale of love, betrayal and revenge. After many years Bobby Courtney returns to his hometown for his father's funeral. Old animosities between him and Johnny Murtagh, the meat factory manager, bubble ominously to the surface. Two meat factory workers, Sonny and Phil, observe it all. Behind their banter, oblique clues hint at horrors past and to come. Here individuals survive on their wits and talents. Time for a final showdown!
9 March, Friday
8.00 PM Sharp
Death and The Maiden
by Ariel Dorfman

Presented by
Coolgreany Drama Group
Paulina Salas, a former political prisoner in a Latin American country, had been raped by her captors led by a sadistic doctor whose face she never saw. Years later, after the repressive regime has fallen, Paulina lives in an isolated country house with her husband, Gerardo Escobar. When Gerardo arrives home with a strange man, Paulina recognises his voice and mannerism as that of her rapist. She sets about uncovering his guilt but is he really the guilty one or is Pauline paranoid?
10 March, Saturday
7.30 PM Sharp
Please note earlier start time
by Neil Simon

Presented by
Bunclody-Kilmyshall Drama Group
Charlie and Myra are celebrating the 10th wedding anniversary. They invite their friends over but things don't go as planned and as the evening develops, all the guests appear to be complicit in a cover-up that no one really understands. But the fanatical events of the evening are hilarious and give a rich basis for great characters doing what Neil Simon does best - providing an evening of hilarious laughter.