WHAT happens when you send an well-known amateur drama actor on his stag do to Carrick-On-Shannon with a group of his fellow thespians?
LAST night over 300 people attended the launch of a new history book on the town of Letterkenny.
A NEWLY-published author has said his home town of Letterkenny is enjoying a very exciting time of expression through the arts from music, comedy, drama to spoken word and he is delighted to be part of it.
NEW book puts names at heart of definitive history of Letterkenny.
LAST WEEK Mr Joe Crossan’s fifth class from Scoil Cholmcille, Letterkenny took first place in the annual Donegal Historical Society’s Schools Competition in Jackson’s Hotel, Ballybofey.
THE LETTERKENNY Music & Drama Group is returning to An Grianán Theatre this week, from February 13 to 15, with the critically acclaimed drama Chronicles of Long Kesh.
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.
THREE Donegal students have been presented with top awards in this year’s 59th Texaco Children’s Art Competition.
ON MONDAY night guest of honour May McClintock launched Issue 1 of By The Way, a magazine aimed at publicising the Cathedral town in a positive light and creating awareness of the work the heritage group does.
MADAME MacAdam’s Travelling Theatre is the Ballybofey Butt Drama Circle’s Festival Play this season. Set in Donegal in World War II, Thomas Kilroy’s comic melodrama explores what happens when a travelling group of English actors get stranded in an Irish town.