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Tipperary Drama Festival 2012 Begins In Holycross

Holycross Abbey 1841

Tipperary Drama Festival begins in Holycross tomorrow Friday March 16th and will run until March 24th, at the newly refurbished theatre in the village. Positioned beside the 13th century Abbey of Holy Cross, St Michael’s Community Centre now boasts modern comfortable seating, a superb balcony area and overall accommodation for some 500 patrons.

Every year this events brings together, here in Tipperary, nine great nights of top class theatre entertainment from all the performing groups, gathered from all over Ireland and who each night demonstrate their particular stage craft with true dedication and passion.

Curtain rises at 8.30pm each night during this festival, except for the final night, which will be 8.00pm.

Tipperary Drama Festival Programme

Fri Mar 16th: The Memory of Water, by Shelagh Stephenson – Holycross/Ballycahill D.G.,
Sat Mar 17th: The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley, by Jimmy Keary – Shannonside D.G.
Sun Mar 18th: Dancing at Lughnassa, by Brian Friel – Conna D.G,
Mon Mar 19th: Jeruslem, by Jes Wutterworth – Silken Thomas,
Tues Mar 20th: The Weir, by Conor McPhearson – Doonbeg D.G.
Wed Mar 21st: The Seafarer, by Conor McPhearson – Thurles D.G.
Thur Mar 22nd: Dr Jeckyl & Mr Hyde, by Jeffery Hatcher – Nenagh D.G.
Fri Mar 23rd: Who is Afraid of Virginia Wolfe, by Vintage Albee – Haulbowline T.G.
Sat Mar 24th: By the Bog of Cats, by Marina Carr– Bunclody D.G.


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