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Letterkenny One Act Festival 2022

Friday November 4, 2022
- Sunday November 6, 2022
Letterkenny One Act Festival prize winners 2018
Show Date & Time:
Friday November 4, 7:30pm
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5, 7:30PM
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6, 4PM
Ticket Price:

€8/€6

Booking fee:

€1 PER TICKET

Over three days An Grianán will host some of the best amateur theatre companies from around the country. The plays will last from 30 mins to 50 mins max.

Become a Friend of the Festival for €15 individual or €30 for a couple and get free admission for all three nights. Call the box office on 0749120777 to book – opening hours are 9.30am to 3.30pm Monday to Friday.

Friday 7.30pm

A Little something for the Ducks – Theatre 3, Newtownabbey

Two ‘strangers’ meet close to a duck pond in the grounds of a senior citizens’ housing complex – Irma and Samuel discover that there is still much to enjoy about life. This is a story of a bittersweet, youthful courtship. She is 78 and he is 79. They put their moves on each other in a minuet that is a joy to behold.

Deadline Dawn – Phoenix Players, Tubbercurry

The action takes place in a room of a tenement building in a Middle East City in the early 1980s as a group of terrorists wait to see if the Government will pay the ransom to rescue the Israeli girl they have kidnapped.

Saturday 7.30pm

The Bride To Be – Moira Players, Co Down

Angela is about to get married for the third time. Her brother Toby is on hand to escort her to the church when she gets a serious case of cold feet. On top of this, he must contend with spilt coffee, a ripped dress and a thunderstorm which ruins her hairdo. With some ingenuity Toby manages to overcome these “bad omens” and persuades Angela to take a chance on Husband Number Three.


Poof! – Coolgreany Drama Group, Wexford

Lynn Nottage wrote this short comedy in response to some emotional photographs of women entering a refuge for the first time. She was compelled to clear her desk at Amnesty International and commit to paper the conflicting emotions which follow the magic moment when a woman says, “Enough is Enough.” Using the backdrop of a tight female friendship, she points us at a solution instead of the customary problem. Lynn Nottage is the only woman playwright to have won the Pulitzer Prize for drama twice


A Bench at the Edge – Gunpowder Productions. Cork

A Bench At The Edge is an in depth look at the trials of the mind over the body. The two people involved are desperate to get to the abyss, one seems to live at the edge, but the other person can make a choice. The play premiered in off Broadway in 1981 and the content was as relevant then as it is today.

Sunday 4pm

Journey’s End – Rosemary Drama Group, Belfast

Mother is at an age when she relies on the care and attention of others, among them her cleaner, her daughter and her carers. She is not a lady, who accepts help with good grace and indeed thinks with the benefit of age, she has a right to say what she likes. The play deals with the strained relationship, existing between herself and her daughter, and during the play we begin to find the reason for the tension.


All Over the Shop – Clann Machua, Co Mayo

Husband and wife, Jim and Joan live over their shop, but the question is asked: is this shop real or imaginary? They have a long-time questionable friendship with another couple, Patrick and Matilda. Patrick and Joan are members of a choir but Jim suspects they share more than singing. Patrick doesn’t like his flamboyant wife and plans to kill her, and she doesn’t like him much either – a
matter he discusses with, Them, his therapist. The matter is further compounded by Patrick admitting to having feelings for Joan. Patrick and Them are played by Patrick. What’s real and what’s not real hangs in the air throughout the play.


With All My Love I Hate You – Wilde River Drama Group, Co Mayo

With All My Love I Hate You is a tense play for two women. Julia is surprised to receive a visit from her one-time friend Clare – and a little apprehensive too, because for some years she has been mistress to Jerry, Clare’s husband, and has even borne him a son. Clare, in a pathetic state of misery following the death of her own small child and Jerry’s hatred of her, seems just to want to talk to and be comforted by Julia, but as time passes it becomes clear that she is deliberately goading the other woman for some purpose of her own. What starts as a quiet and uncomfortable talk erupts into violence and tragedy, with an ironic twist at the end.

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How To Book

E-Tickets

We are now using electronic tickets. When you book you will now get a link to an electronic ticket. This can be presented on your phone for scanning on arrival at the venue. Alternately you can choose to download and print your ticket at home. Just be sure to have the QR code clearly visible for scanning.

 

COVID UPDATE 5 AUG 2021

Our box office is now currently open for in person and phone enquiries from 9.30am to 3.30pm Monday to Friday. Our cafe has now reopened for indoor and outdoor dining. Opening hours are 9.30am to 3.30pm Monday to Friday.

Online

You can book online for most of our events. Just click on the Book Online link for your chosen event and follow the instructions.

There is a €1 booking fee per ticket. These booking fees are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for credit.

All our online bookings are powered by our partner organisation Ticketsolve.

 

By Phone

VISA, Mastercard and Laser cards are accepted. Normal box office hours apply. Please direct all calls regarding ticket booking to our box office on 074 912 0777 (dial 1 for box office).

All other queries including info on venue hire, tech specs, etc., should be directed to our admin office on 074 9120777 (dial 2 for admin). Please note the admin office cannot take ticket bookings.

There is a €1 booking fee per ticket. These booking fees are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for credit.

 

In Person

Call in to our Box Office during opening hours: 9.30am to 3.30pm Monday to Friday.

On days we have an evening show the box office will be open from 6pm to 8pm.

Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays unless there is a show in which case the box office will be open for two hours before the performance.

There is a €1 booking fee per ticket. These booking fees are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for credit.

Refunds

Tickets cannot be refunded.

Tickets may be exchanged for a credit voucher (minus the cost of any booking fees).

Tickets must be exchanged at least 24 hours prior to the performance and within box office opening hours. If you have already collected your tickets you MUST return the tickets to us before you can exchange them.

Credit vouchers remain valid for one year from date of issue.

 

Terms & Conditions

  • The management reserve the right to refuse admission and to alter the cast of a production due to unforseen circumstances.
  • For safety reasons, buggies or carrycots are not permitted in the auditorium.
  • Cameras or recording devices are not permitted in the auditorium.
  • NB: Mobile phones and pagers must be switched off during performances.
 

Seating Plan