The Doonbeg Drama Festival Launch

FANCY bagging yourself a brand new car?

Or €5,000 to spend as you please?

The West Clare Drama Festival have just launched their incredible Dramatic Draw, which boasts an astonishing line up of prizes worth over €40,000.

Prizes include a brand new Kia Stonic from Liam Cleary Auto World, holidays abroad, luxury hotel breaks, bicycles, and cash.

The raffle is limited to 599 tickets costing €100 each, with 20 prizes up for grabs.

Funds raised from the raffle will go towards holding the All-Ireland Confined Drama Finals 2019, which Doonbeg will host for the first time ever.

Chairperson of the West Clare Drama Festival Rita Mc Inerney commented: “Clare has a long tradition in the arts and drama has played a huge part of that both in terms of festivals and the range of talented groups located in the county.

“In addition the Doonbeg Drama Group’s success in winning the Confined Drama All-Ireland in 2017 along with the reputation of the West Clare Drama Festival since its inception in 1962 has given us the experience and knowledge to host the All-Ireland’s next year”.

Tickets are now on sale from all committee members and at The Igoe Inn, Tubridy’s Bar & Restaurant, Hayes’s Shop, McInerney’s Shop, Whelan’s Shop, Doonbeg Post Office, and Doonbeg Community Development Office.

For further details contact Chairperson Rita Mc Inerney on 087 677 4907 or Secretary Noilin Hayes on 087 807 5662.

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