The Dominic College Creative Arts Festival runs from 7-10 September, and is full of inspirational student art, music, drama, photography, media, dance and displays.
Everything is free to enter and view, but the drama performances of our moving adaption of T. A.G. Hungerford's "Stories from Suburban Road" must be booked through the ticketing website Trybooking: Book your tickets here.
There are three public performances, in the Peacock Theatre, Salamanca Place, from which to choose:
Thursday 8 September 7.30pm
Friday 9 September 7.30pm
Saturday 10 September 5pm
Director of Creative Arts, Mike O'Brien, says the play will be moving and entertaining.
'The cast is large - we have multiple actors playing characters as they grow older. The stories are about childhood, memory, growing up and connecting with our past; in short what it is to be human.'
Beth Gilligan, Dominic College Principal, recommends all families try to see the show.
'The school community and the cast of "Midsummer Night's Dream" two years ago at our last festival, recall the drama performance as a wonderful experience, a highlight of their time at Dominic College. Don't miss this one!'
Secure your free tickets: Book your tickets now.