Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 27 November 2014

Drama group putting on an act

A Co Antrim drama group is representing Northern Ireland in the UK's leading one-act drama festival in Scotland this weekend.

Lurig Drama Group will stage the Irish play Melody at the finals in East Kilbride's Village Theatre on Friday and Saturday nights.

The Cushendall-based society is one of four finalists in the prestigious 77th British Final Festival of One-Act Plays.

Melody — starring Rosaleen Agnew and Pauric Dunne and directed by Nuala Connolly — is a play written by Deirdre Kinahan about a seemingly prim widow and clumsy bachelor who meet regularly on a park bench.

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