We came second in the All-Ireland. Congratulations to the Balally Players who won the final with “Melody”. We had a great time in Carrickmore and we’d like to thank the organisers for putting on an excellent festival. We’d also like to extend our congratulations to all the participating groups (old friends and new) including Kilcock, Estuary, Blue Transit, Malthouse, Taney, Breffni and the rest. Well done and heres to Rossmore 2007!
We’re off to the all-Ireland in Carrickmore!!!
After winning our final festival in Carrigallen, we are now guarranteed a place in this years all-ireland one act finals in Carrickmore which will be held on the 1st 2nd and 3rd of December. Check out our past productions page for some shots from the play.
Festival results to date:-
Kilmallock – Second place
Dundrum – not placed. Received adjudicators award for stagecraft (managing transition between scenes)
Virginia – First place and best director (Tom Byrne)
Balbriggan – Third place, best supporting actor (George Hogan) and stagecraft award
Carrigallen – First place and best actor (John Duggan)
Bradan are on tour with our production of “Geography of a Horse Dreamer”. As well as presenting at the Draiocht in Blanchardstown, we have been accepted into 5 one-act drama festivals
Kilmallock, Limerick – 30th Oct
Dundrum, Dublin – 2nd Nov
Virginia, Cavan – 3rd Nov
Balbriggan, Dublin – 9th Nov
Carrigallen, Leitrim – 18th Nov
Not just a pretty face. Bradans own John Duggan was a key member of the winning tug-of-war team during the festival week-end. John was on the Middle Shops team. Click HERE for photos.
We have just returned from a successful visit to the Liverpool International Theatre Festival in Nova Scotia, Canada where we performed our All-Ireland winning production of “Small Box Psychosis” by Barry McKinley. The play was extremely well received and Coin Walsh won the award for “Outstanding Actor” in a lead role.