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Lorn Drama Festival

The 21st Lorn Drama Festival brings to Oban’s Corran Halls next week The Vikings and A Stormy Night for the UN who are stuck in Connel.

The Lorn Drama Festival is an annual festival for one-act plays and is open to any amateur group, including schools and junior drama clubs. It draws on dramatic talent from all over Argyll, from Campbeltown to Taynuilt and this year has a really encouraging number of junior teams.

Benderloch Juniors are presenting two plays, both devised by the actors: A Stormy Night is a satirical piece based on the idea that several world leaders find themselves stranded in Connel after an unscheduled stopover on the way back from a meeting. The second is a magical adventure story which unfolds after a group of children discover a book of spells.

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