The Enniskillen Drama Festival has been staged annually in the Ardhowen Theatre each spring from 1980.
Ardhowen theatre pioneers’ new way of performing
Audiences gather in the Ardhowen for the first time since pandemic began over 18 months ago
Derrylin festival aims to bring ‘drama’ back
The festival will feature lots of local talent.
Music and Arts back and bigger than before
BACK and bigger than ever before – staff and students from ‘Fermanagh School of Music and Performing Arts’ have made their long-awaited return to the creative world after a “surreal” 12-week-lockdown put an abrupt end to all music, dance, singing and drama lessons due to the outbreak of Covid back in March. Despite this, Founder […]
Getting Creative in Covid – the Royal presents radio play
Under normal circumstances, Enniskillen Royal Grammar school’s Junior Drama Club would be in the throes of rehearsing during lunch and after school for their annual summer production. Not one to be deterred by a global pandemic, drama teacher and Junior Drama Club director, Mrs McDowell came up with the creative idea of writing […]
Student makes dramatic debut with play in aid of Women
Enniskillen student Jozef Rigo is the brains behind “The Story of Emily Black”, which follows a family and its experiences of alcohol and domestic abuse.
Going stir crazy over Christmas?
If you need an excuse to get out of the house over Christmas, a night out in the Knocks could provide the perfect opportunity…