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A celebration of all that’s best in amateur dramatics

SUBSTITUTE bad for best – and this is one of adjudicator Kevin Boland’s lines as he summed up at Kintyre’s 69th drama festival.

Mr Boland was talking about Mellow Drama, the play within a play, chosen by Peninver Players when he said the script is: ‘A celebration of all that’s bad in amateur dramatics and puts the A in amateur.’

Earlier, an almost capacity audience had laughed through three, approximately half-hour, situation comedies unfolding on the Victoria Hall stage last Friday evening.

Mr Boland, a Scottish drama veteran, did not agree that Dunoon’s Burgh Hall Players were superlative in The Church Meeting and Campbeltown’s Accent Players, performing A Dummy Run by Robin Wilson, pipped them to the title.

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