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deadline dawn

Deadline Dawn

by Anthony Booth

Produced by Maura Clancy

The Middle East.

In an attic room a group of terrorists hold a young girl, Naomi, and wait while the Government decides whether or not to pay the ransom. The building is surrounded by troops and there can be no escape for the kidnappers - but still they hold their prisoner. The tension between the two terrorists heightens and Brother Luis tries to intervene.

Will tragedy overcome them?

Corofin Dramatic Society will bring this tense thriller to local audiences as part of an Evening of Drama, October 24, 25, 28 & 29 then will take to the All Ireland One Act circuit this autumn with 6 dates around Ireland.

Dates

Evening of Drama

Corofin Hall, Co Clare

Complimentary Tea/Coffee/Wine

Oct 24
Oct 25
Oct 28
Oct 29


One Act Festival Schedule 2018

Oct 27 ... Kilmallock
Nov 2 ... Skerries
Nov 3 ... Cavan
Nov 4 ... Ballina
Nov 12 ... Doonbeg
Nov 16 ... Manor Hamilton

 

the dreaming

The Dreaming

by Richard James

Produced by Clare Foley

Two men find themselves in a featureless room, with no memory of how they arrived or who they are. Their only clues from the scraps of paper on the floor.

This comedy drama is part of our Autumn "Evening of Drama" event in Corofin Hall, October 24, 25, 28 & 29.


An Evening of Drama

Join the award winning members of Corofin Dramatic Society for an Evening of Drama.

Featuring 2 new one act productions:

“Deadline Dawn” a tense and dramatic thriller by Anthony Booth and produced by Maura Clancy and our All Ireland One-Act entry for 2018

“The Dreaming” a comedy by Richard James and produced by Clare Foley


Tickets €12/€10 online and on the door

Oct 24, 25, 28, 29 - curtain 8pm

Venue: Corofin Hall, Co Clare

Complimentary Tea/Coffee/Wine

ALL IRELAND DRAMA FINALS 2017

Corofin Dramatic Society were delighted to qualify for the All Ireland Drama Finals. Congratulations to the 8 groups who will join us at the RTE All Ireland Open Finals in Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone 4 -12 May:

OUR HISTORY

Founded in 1950, Corofin Dramatic Society has competed regularly on the three-act and one-act festivals, picking up numerous acting, production, set design awards down through the years.

In 2017 we qualified for the All Ireland Drama Finals with our production of "The Cripple of Inishmaan", walking away awards for acting and set as well as numerous nominations.