YFCU One Act drama performances take centre stage

Young Farmers Clubs of Ulster President Roberta Simmons is pictured with David Cairns from NFU Mutual who are the sponsors of the 1 Act Drama Festival which will see members taking to the stage at various venues across Northern Ireland.
Young Farmers Clubs of Ulster President Roberta Simmons is pictured with David Cairns from NFU Mutual who are the sponsors of the 1 Act Drama Festival which will see members taking to the stage at various venues across Northern Ireland.

The Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster (YFCU) drama season is set to continue with the association’s 1 Act Drama Festival.

Sponsored by NFU Mutual, the YFCU 1 Act Drama Festival is taking place in various venues throughout Northern Ireland and will showcase the talent that exists within the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster membership.

The full line up of venues and acts are as follows:

22nd April at 7.30pm – Tyrone Rose Bowl (Newtownstewart Centre 200) featuring Derg Valley YFC, Cappagh YFC, Castlecaufield YFC, Trillick & District YFC and Seskinore YFC.

25th April at 7.30pm – Ballymoney High School featuring City of Derry 1 YFC, Finvoy YFC and Moycraig YFC.

26th April at 7.30pm – Ballymoney High School featuring Moneymore YFC, Kilraughts YFC and Lisnamurrican YFC.

27th April at 7.30pm – Ballymoney High School featuring Coleraine YFC and City of Derry 2 YFC.

29th April at 7.30pm – Queen’s Hall, Newtownards featuring Donaghadee YFC and Newtownards YFC.

Tickets for the performances cost £4 and can be purchased at the door.

The 1 Act performances are open to all and they are a great opportunity to see the range of talent within YFCU which always promises to be professional, original and above all entertaining.

Members will be judged on the performance and production of their acts with awards presented to the most successful clubs at the annual YFCU drama dinner in early May.