Bray One Act Drama Festival 2023

We are delighted to be back after a break of two years. We have a full programme of one act plays which will bring a wonderful mix of comedy to drama to the stage. These plays will be performed by both newcomers and seasoned performers and are sure to provide 5 nights of varied entertainment. All proceeds from the Festival will go to charitable causes.

We are very pleased to welcome our adjudicator, Anna Walker, once again, along with our loyal audience. The Festival will take place from Tuesday 24th January to Saturday 28th January 2023 at 7.30 p.m. Tuesday 24th is our dedicated Youth Night with three groups performing. We look forward to seeing you there!

Tuesday 24th January

A little Box of Oblivion - Play by Stephen. - St. Andrew's College

Chaos - Drama by Laura Lomass. - Bray School of Speech and Drama

The Importance of Being Earnest - Play by Oscar Wilde (in 30 minutes) - Templecarrig School

Wednesday 25th January

Anatomy of a Duel - Comedy by Peter Robbie - Delgany D.S

Paper Trail - Drama by Sean Lang - Mel Ryan Adult Group

A Dog's Life - Play by Pam Valentine - Delgany D.S


Thursday 26th January

Eating Butterflies - Drama by David Doyle - Tallaght Theatre

Burds of a Feather - Farce by Roy Beatty - Square One T. G

The Bear - Comedy by Anton Chekov. Adapted by Brian Friel - Delgany D.S


Friday 27th January

Last Tango in Little Grimley - Comedy by David Trimstram - Square One T.G

Museum Pieces - Drama by Joan Greening - Ashford I.C.A

Mere Mortals - Comedy by David Ives - St. Patrick's D.S. Dalkey


Saturday 28th January

Purple Squirrel - Dark Drama by Sean T. Daly - Balally Players

A World Without Men - Comedy by Philip Johnston - Prosperous D.S