Dundrum One Act Festival

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Mill Theatre, Thursday 2nd November - Saturday 4th November

The Dundrum One Act Festival brings a feast of exciting and compelling drama to the dlr Mill Auditorium in November.

This is a competition between the best amateur companies in the country to achieve first place and an entry into the All Ireland Finals. Each of the nine companies will bring their most challenging and entertaining drama, their best actors and their most innovative directors to Dundrum.

So what do we offer – Three plays each evening followed by an engaging and enjoyable summing up by adjudicator Michael McCabe! And there’s an Audience Award so you can have your favourite show on the platform too.

Definitely the best value in town. See you there.

Thursday 2nd November - Saturday 4th November
€12 - €14
dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum, Sandyford Road, Dundrum, Dublin 16, Ireland

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