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One Act Festival Circuit 2017

One Act

Important Dates to remember for the 2017 One Act Festival circuit:

Groups may apply to the Secretary of the DLI/ADCI Joint Committee,
Jackie Scanlan, for a registration number if they wish to compete on the One Act Festival circuit 2017 from:
1 August 2017 

  • Particulars required at time of registration:
    Group Name
    Contact, Email & Telephone
    Section: Open or Confined
    Name of Play
    Author
    Festivals to be applied for…
  • Registration numbers and an official application form will be forwarded to all applicants after the Joint Committee meeting on Sunday
    27 August 2017
  • Groups must not apply to Festivals prior to
    1 September 2017
    All festivals will only accept applications on the official application form which will have your registration number listed.

For all One Act Festival circuit enquiries, contact:

Jackie Scanlan
Secretary DLI/ADCI Joint Committee
Email: jscanlan00@gmail.com
Tel: 087 2679577

Download Festival Listing 2017

 

ONE ACT FINALS 2017

ONE ACT FINALS 2017

Festival Chairman Pluincead O Fearraigh and his team are looking forward to welcoming you to the 2017 One Act Finals 1 – 3 December in An Grianán Theatre, Letterkenny.    

www.oneactfinals2017.ie

letterkennyoneactfestival@gmail.com

 

 

List of All-Ireland One Act Finals Festival Venues and Winners: 1969 – 2016

2016 –dlr Mill Theatre, Dundrum –Tom Byrne Adjudicating
Open – Moat Club, Naas – Plaza Suite: A Visitor from Hollywood by Neil Simon
Confined – Blue Hat Productions, Cork – Two by Jim Cartwright

2015 – Town Hall Theatre, Galway – Tony Rushforth adjudicating
Open – Bradán Players Leixlip - Power Lunch by Alan Ball
Confined – Fr Mathew Players Tipperary – A Galway Girl by Geraldine Aron

2014 – Abbey Centre, Ballyshannon - Martin Maguire Adjudicating
Open – Kinnerton Players – The Seduction of Chaos by Kent R Brown
Confined – Compantas Lir – Nine by Jane Shepard

2013 - Roscommon Arts Centre - Geoffrey O’Keeffe Adjudicating
Open - Prosperous Dramatic Society - Lovely Head by Neil Labute
Confined - D.A.D.S. Dunmore - A Galway Girl by Geraldine Aron

2012 - St Michael's Hall, Ballyduff – Walker Ewart Adjudicating
Open - Prosperous Dramatic Society - Bobby Gould In Hell by David Mamet
Confined - Breffni Players - Scarecrow by Don Nigro.

2011 –Glor, Ennis – Anna Walker Adjudicating
Open – Kilmeen Drama Group – Disco Pigs by Enda Walsh.
Confined - Corofin Dramatic Society – What's For Pudding? by David Tristram.

2010 – Mill Theatre, Dundrum – Pat Brennan Adjudicating
Open – Bradán Players – A Number by Caryl Churchill
Confined – Shannonside Drama Group – Landscape by Harold Pinter

2009Backstage Theatre, Longford – Padraic McIntyre Adjudicating
Open – Bradan Players – The Quality of Boiled Water by Jason Milligan
Confined – Backstage Theatre Company – Small Box Pyschosis by Barry McKinley

2008Tubbercurry – Tony Rushforth Adjudicating
Open – Causeway Productions – Address Unknown by Taylor Kressman
Confined – Camross Drama Group – A Family Affair by Derek O’Gorman

2007St. Mary’s Theatre, Rossmore – Colin Dolley  Adjudicating
Open – Balally Players – Riders to the Sea by J. M. Synge
Confined – Cookstown Drama Group – Ruby of Elsinore by Bruce Kane

2006 –  The Patrician Theatre, Carrickmore – Tom Doherty Adjudicating
Open – Balally Players – Melody by Deirdre Kinahan
Confined – Malthouse Players – The Extraordinary Revelations of Orca the Goldfish by David Tristam 

2005Moat Theatre, Naas – Michael O’Hara Adjudicating
Open – Bradan Players – Small Box Pyschosis by Barry McKinley
Confined – Barrymore Drama Group – A Family Affair by Derek O’Gorman

2004Cornmill Theatre Carrigallen – Scott Marshall Adjudicating
Open – Ennis Players – The Dandy Dolls by George Fitzmaurice
Confined – Tullamore AD Society – Three More Sleepless Nights by Caryl Churchill

2003Glor Theatre, Ennis – Walker Ewart Adjudicating
Open – Crois Dearg Drama Group – After Magritte by Tom Stoppard
Confined – Baileborough Drama Group – The Henhouse by Tara Maria Lovett

2002Ramor Theatre, Virginia
Open – St. Patrick’s Dramatic Society, Dalkey – The Pushcart Peddlars by Murray Schisgall
Confined – Timeless Players - Virtual Reality by Alan Ayckbourn

2001Dunamaise Theatre, Portlaoise – Scott Marshall Adjudicating
Open – Estuary Players – Five Kinds of Silence by Sheelagh Stephenson
Confined – Ennis Players – Lone Star by James McClure

2000Siamsa Tire, Tralee – Pat Burke, Brid Mc Bride  and Michael Twomey Adjudicating
Open – Olivian Players – Never Swim Alone by Daniel Mc Ivor
Confined – Ballyshannon Drama Society – The Extraordinary Revelations of Orca the Goldfish by David Tristam

1999Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny – Patrick Sutton Adjudicating
Open – Moat Club, Naas – A Bench at the Edge by Luigi Jannuszi
Confined – City Limits – The Lords of Love by Eoin Colfer

1998Backstage Theatre, Longford – Irene Rostron Adjudicating
Open – Estuary Players – Chamber Music by Arthur Kopit
Confined – Carrig Players – PVT Wars by James McClure

1997Belltable Theatre Limerick – Michael Vernon Adjudicating
Open – Carlow Little Theatre – Tadhg O’Cathain and the Corpse by Douglas Hyde
Confined – Malthouse Players – What’s for Pudding by David Tristram

1996 – Abbey Centre, Ballyshannon – Patsy Croal Adjudicating
Open – Donegal Drama Circle – Donalbain by Soinbhe Lally
Confined – St. Patrick’s Dramatic Society, Dalkey – Say Something Happened by Alan Bennett

1995 – Watergate Theatre Kilkenny – Tommy McArdle Adjudicating
Open – Prosperous Dramatic Society – Faint Voices by John MacKenna
Confined – Trim Dramatic Society – The Donahue Sisters by Geraldine Aron

1994 – Everyman Palace Theatre, Cork – Betty Ann Norton Adjudicating
Open – Olivian Players – To by Jim Cartwright
Confined – Drumshanbo Community Players – Bedtime Story by Sean O’Casey

1993 – Ballinasloe – Scott  Marshall Adjudicating
Open – Terenure Players – Small Box Psychosis by Barry McKinley
Confined – Corofin Dramatic Society – Three’s A Crowd by Earl Derr Biggers and Christopher Morley

1992 – Belltable Arts Centre Limerick – Tom Doherty Adjudicating
Open – TBC
Confined – Insight Theatre – A Cut In The Rates by Alan Ayckbourn

1991 – Enniskillen – Russell Boyce Adjudicating
Open – Strand Players, Dublin – 27 Wagons Full of Cotton by Tennessee Williams
Confined – Camross Drama Group – Birthright by T. C. Murray

1990 – Malahide – Ron Whetton Adjudicating
Open – Bangor Drama Club – The Donahue Sisters by Geraldine Aron
Confined – Donegal Drama Circle, Rosencrantz and Guilderstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard

1989 – Carrick-On-Shannon – Scott Marshall Adjudicating
Open – Moat Club, Naas – Stygian Cherubim by Pat Kinnevane
Confined – Kilmeen Drama Group – Bar and Ger by Geraldine Aron

1988 – Carlow – Betty Ann Norton Adjudicating
Open – Pegasus Drama Group, Headford – Death of Pilate
Confined – Ballyhaunis Drama Society – The Time of the Whitehorn
1987 – Mullingar – Hugh Lovegrove Adjudicating
Open – New Theatre Group, Kilkenny – Ritual for Dolls by George MacEwan Green
Confined – Mountmellick Pioneer Group – Professional Help

1986 – Carlow – Tom Doherty Adjudicating
Open – New Theatre  Group Kilkenny – The Interview by Octave Mirbeau
Confined – North West AIB Drama Group – The Late Arrival of the Incoming Aircraft by Hugh Leonard

1985 – Carrick On Shannon – Scott Marshall Adjudicating
Open – Granary Players Limerick – Gum and Goo by Howard Brenton
Confined – Ballymahon Drama Group, Conscience Stricken by Neil Fitton

1984 – Wexford – Ron Wheaton Adjudicating
Open – New Theatre Group Kilkenny – A Galway Girl by Geraldine Aron
Confined – Prosperous Drama Group – The Later Days Are Cold by Colman O’Shannon

1983 – Newcastle – Tommy McArdle Adjudicating
Open – Moat Club, Naas – A Phoenix Too Frequent by Christopher Fry
Confined – Cloonclare Players – Spreading The News by Lady Gregory

1982 – Carrick On Shannon – Scott Marshall Adjudicating
Open – Carlow Theatre Group – Croker/The Young Piper by William Butler Yeats
Confined  - Mullingar Theatre Group – The Lady Aoi by Yukio Mishima

1981 – Talbot Hotel, Wexford – Paul Hadfield Adjudicating
Open – Olivian Players – TBC
Confined – Headford Drama Group – TBC

1980 – One Act Finals Not Held – TBC

1979 – Moat Club Naas - Sam McCready Adjudicating
Open – Drumlin Players Cavan Riders To The Sea by John Millington Synge

1978
Open – Sligo  Drama Circle – The Cat and the Moon by William Butler Years
Rural – Kilcullen Drama Group – The Toothache by George Fitzmaurice

1977 – Barry Cassin Adjudicating
Open – Companions Drama Group – The Later Days are Cold by Colman O’Shannon
Rural – Kilcullen Drama Group – MeMcKenna by Don Shaw

1976 – Sam McCready Adjudicating
Open – Strand Players, Dublin – Fando and Liz by Fernando Arrabal
Rural – Kilcullen Drama Group – Bedtime Story by Sean O’Casey

1975 – Barry Cassin Adjudicating
Open – Olivian Players – The Dandy Dolls by George Fitzmaurice
Rural – Neal Players, County Mayo – Riders to the Sea by J. M. Synge

1974 – Dan Treston Adjudicating
Open – Scariff Drama Group – The Resurrection by George Watson
Rural – Kilcullen  Drama Group – The Workhouse Ward by Lady Gregory

1973 – Barry  Cassin Adjudicating
Open – Bangor  Drama Club – Rainbows is the Boys by Pauline McGonigle
Rural – Wayside Players, Wexford – The Bishop’s Candlesticks by Victor Hugo

1972 – Gerda Redlich Adjudicating
Open – Sligo Drama Circle – Pot of Broth by William Butler Yeats
Rural – Scariff Drama Group – Dreaming of the Bones by William Butler Yeats

1971 – Anthony Thomas Adjudicating
Open – Bangor Drama Club – Bedtime Story by Sean O’Casey
Rural – Camross  Drama Group – Spring by T. C. Murray

1970 – Dan Treston Adjudicating
Open – Armagh Theatre Group – Adam’s Children by Seamus Mallon
Rural – TBC

1969 – Graham Suter Adjudicating
Open – Sacred Heart College Cork – Children in Uniform by Christa Winsloe
Rural – Kilmeen Macra na Feirme – They Also Serve by Sandy Taylor

 

 
 
 
   
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