Comedy tops the bill at 69th drama festival

 Accent Players actors ran through their lines at the Heritage Centre hall on Monday evening.  They are from left: Martha Rennie - Madge Peters, Eric Spence - Kevin Foster, Kim Lafferty - recptionist, Maureen Johnson - Gloria Appleton. Calum Craig who speaks the voice of the puppet missed the rehearsal. 25_c07accentplayers01

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Players from two Kintyre dramatic groups are honing their lines for next Friday’s drama festival.

The Victoria Hall curtain will be up next Friday February 23, at 7pm sharp, for the Peninver Players’ Mellow Drama, the Accent Players’ A Dummy Run, and they are joined by the Dunoon’s Burgh Hall Players’ drama The Church Meeting. All are comedies.

There is strictly no entry during plays. Tickets, from the Yorkshire Building Society, are £8 with a £4 concession for primary school children.

The drama festival committee is grateful for financial support from the East Kintyre  and West Kintyre Community Council’s Windfarm Trusts and Machrihanish Airbase community Council.