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Athenry Drama Group

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Athenry Community Hall

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Compántas Lir


www.compantaslir.ie

Claregalway & Carnmore in Co. Galway

Compántas Lir is an amateur Drama Group based in Claregalway & Carnmore in Co. Galway.
Founded in 1983 by a group of like minded thespians, the group has since gone on to be one of the strongest drama groups in Connaught, if not the known world ! Originally comprising of under 10 people, we now have amassed an ensemble of over 50 people, who all contribute to the groups aims of nurturing amateur drama within the area.
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Dunmore Amateur Drama Society

www.dads-dunmore.com

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North East Galway

Dunmore Amateur Dramatic Society or (D.A.D.S. as it became known) had its genesis either in the mists of time or in Mary Howley’s pub ten years ago – depending on your point of view. I tend to favour the former myself because Drama has been part and parcel of this little village in North East Galway for much farther back than anyone living can remember.
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Galway Musical Society

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Galway

Galway Musical Society is based in Galway City and was founded in 1985

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Glenamaddy Drama Society

Glenamaddy Drama Society
www.glenamaddydrama.ie

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Galway

Glenamaddy Theatre Festival - Town Hall Theatre, Glenamaddy, Co.Galway

Glenamaddy Players

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Glenamaddy

Amateur Drama is not a recent happening in the life of the Glenamaddy Community. It can be traced back to the turn of the century when groups got together from different villages i.e. Ardeevin, Boyounagh and Ballyhard to stage these productions in order to fund local organizations. In the 1950's there was a strong local group under the direction of the local C.C. Fr.Conway. They staged plays "The Whip Hand", "Professor Tim", "The Boxeen" and the "New Gosson" and displayed the acting talents of the late Dan Collins, Plunkett Marren and also featured many others who still survive today and are working in community organizations.
Contact: glenplayers1972@gmail.com or via our website or social media

Malthouse Drama
(Malthouse Players)

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Galway

Contact: malthouseplayers@gmail.com

Mountbellew Drama

Galway

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NUIG DramSoc


www.dramsoc.nuigalway.ie

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Galway

Dramsoc. Noun.
1. A sock (a piece of clothing) full of dram.
2. A society filled with drama-filled people.
Contact: dramsoc@socs.nuigalway.ie

Portumna Players


www.portumna.net/players/

Galway

The Portumna Players came into existence in 1945. Gerry Darcy, Eamon Hayes, Des and Aileen Murphy were the founding members. The reason for the society’s birth was to raise funds for the Portumna Lawn and Table Tennis Club. Their first production in 1945 was, ‘Paul Twyning’ by George Shiel. So encouraged were they by the success of the play that the Portumna Drama Group were formed. Subsequently a constitution was drawn up. The two objectives were to promote the dramatic art and to build a Little Theatre.




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