Dundrum One Act Festival

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dlr Mill Theatre, Friday 8th November - Sunday 10th November

Dundrum One Act Drama Festival returns to the dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum. The festival offers an opportunity to see 9 plays produced by drama groups from around Ireland in one whirlwind weekend. Each night will consist of three one act plays followed by an informative review by Festival Adjudicator, Geoff O'Keeffe.

Shows will start promptly at 8.00pm on Friday and Saturday night, and 7.00pm on Sunday night.


Date:
Friday 8th November - Sunday 10th November
Time:
7.00pm | 8.00pm
Price:
€12 | €15
Address:
dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum, Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland

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