Our congratulations to Bridge Drama Group on their superb win with ‘Lost in Yonkers’ – All Ireland Champions 2016!
Thank you to all the Festival Committee, Gayle and Tommy in the Dean Crowe – not forgetting the wonderful audience – Your support, help and enthusiasm made our time in Athlone a truly amazing experience.
Also thanks to Padraig McIntyre – we are thrilled to be RUNNERS UP 2016!
Congratulations too to our own Maria Bruce on winning Best Actress and Barry Donaldson on winning Best Stage Lighting and to all our director cast and crew!!!
As the Athlone performance is sold out, this will be the last chance to see this fantastic production, which has won 5 festivals, come 2nd in 2, and won multiple other awards enroute. If you haven’t seen it, don’t miss it! If you have, please tell all your friends how brilliant it is!
We are delighted to share the results of the 8 Festivals in which we participated and to thank once more all who supported us and sponsored us along the way. Thanks also to all the Festivals for their wonderful hospitality. This means that we have qualified for the Finals of the 2016 RTE All-Ireland Drama Festival in Athlone!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
Results from the 8 Festivals
Best Overall Play of Festival
Emma Jane Nulty
Best Visual Presentation
The Crew and set designers
Emma Jane Nulty and David Butler
Best Lighting and Sound
Barry Donaldson, Tom McMahon and Emma Jane Nulty
Maria Bruce 3 Maura Lavelle 1
Best Supporting Actress
Mo Hudson 2 Maura Lavelle 1
Best Supporting Actor
Acting Certificate of Merit
Best moments in Theatre
For the improvisation of a wheelchair from a bicycle wheel and The Horse aka Alan Nuzum
What an experience it’s been for our Jane Eyre cast and crew!!! Eight festivals in 13 nights and so far, 3 wins and 2 seconds, plus multiple acting and other awards! Results from final 3 festivals due this weekend, so … Continue reading →
Come and see the magnificent Polly Teale adaptation of “Jane Eyre” by Dalkey Players at Dalkey Town Hall on 25th & 26th Feb or come to see it at any of the 8 festival venues nationwide between 4th & 16th March
Congratulations to new member Alan Stewart who won the trophy as runner- up for Best Actor in the Glenealy Festival on Sunday night. We were thrilled for him and for Siobhan Galvin, who garnered lots of praise from the Adjudicator. Roll on Wednesday and our visit to Bray. Well done Emma Mulligan and crew on a fine performance all round.