Thursday 6th March 2014 Conna Dramatic Society Deathtrap Ira Levin Confined
Fri 7th March 2014 Palace Players Einstein's Gift Vern Thiessen Open
Sat 8th March 2014 Dundalk Theatre Workshop The Winslow Boy Terence Rattigan Open
Sun 9th March 2014 Wexford Drama Group Other Desert Cities Jon Robin Baitz Open
Mon 10th March 2014 Kilrush Drama Group The Cavalcaders Billy Roche Confined
Tues 11th March 2014 Brideview Drama Group 13 Rue de L'Amour Georges Feydeau Open
Weds 12th March 2014 Skibbereen Theatre Society No Romance Nancy Harris Confined
Thurs 13th March 2014 Nenagh Players The Outgoing Tide Bruce Graham Open 
Fri 14th March 2014 Ballyduff Drama Group Curse of the Starving Class Sam Shepard Open 
Sat 15th March 2014 Kilmeen Drama Group The Walworth Farce Enda Walsh Open 
Over three decades of dramatic excitement, community endeavour, investment in friendship and sheer good fun. And onward it goes. When the curtain goes up on this year's festival in Ballyduff on March 6th 2014, there will be the same sense of anticipation as there was when the first festival opened in 1981 with the same ethos of volunteerism, community and good humour. Tempered by the pursuit of theatrical excellence. There will be ten nights of top-class drama spread right across the whole range of dramatic endeavour.
Booking Tickets
The people who staff the booking line will be only too delighted to offer guidance and assistance. Or you could log on to our web-site at Booking for the Festival is on 058 60456, 2 p.m.- 8 p.m. from  Monday, 24th February.

Thank You

West Waterford Drama Festival 2020 – Message from Festival Director Clodagh Walsh


If using Sat Nav, be careful when inputting. There are at least three Ballyduffs in County Waterford. In particular, there is a village called Ballyduff about five miles from Waterford City. This is not us! Coordinates 52° 08' 51" N, 8° 03' 06" W will get you pretty near the correct Ballyduff! more


About The Festival

Since 1981, West Waterford Drama Festival is held in Ballyduff during March. Over three decades of dramatic excitement, community endeavour, investment in friendship and sheer good fun. All driven by an ethos of volunteerism, community and good humour. more

Supported by Waterford City &
County Council's Arts Festivals Grants