A NATIONAL school teacher has achieved over three million views for his historical and geographical educational videos on YouTube.
A FREE three-day summer workshop for teenagers and young adults was hosted by Letterkenny Youth Theatre at An Grianán Theatre last week.
FOLLOWING on from the world-wide success of his first two videos a Donegal man this week posted his third historical animation.
A NEW animation video telling the history of World War I in only six minutes has this week gone viral spreading life wild fire on social networks.
THIRTEEN years since its first performance at An Grianán, Leslie Long and Kathleen Ruddy’s musical, Caisleáin Óir, is back at the Letterkenny theatre this week.
Letterkenny One Act Festival at An Grianan was officially launched at the Letterkenny Theatre on Monday evening and the cast of The 39 Steps performed an excerpt of the award-winning play.
LAST Monday a talented young Letterkenny man posted a short video onto YouTube on the history of Ireland. What happened next was totally unexpected.
AN GRIANAN Theatre in Letterkenny presents Bill C Davis’ clerical comedy Mass Appeal featuring top local talent from the amateur drama scene.
A NEW play telling the story of the 1916 Rising in a very unique ‘Vaudeville’ way, starring a young Letterkenny actor in his first professional role and choreographed by a well-known West Donegal man, closes this weekend after its very first run.
DONEGAL man John Ruddy was buried in Ardara on Saturday afternoon, 181 years after he was believed to have been murdered at Duffy’s Cut, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.