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Saturday March 3, 2001
The pages of the Arran Banner should this week be bursting with photographs and reports from Arran Drama Festival. Unfortunately, like everything else, it has been cancelled this year. So what better than to have a special 20 years ago look-back at the 2001 festival.
Trophy winners from the 2001 festival with their prizes and adjudicator Brian Marjoribanks. 01_B10tweY01
Eilidh Campbell and Allan Little in the Lamlash Drama Club production of The Harpy and the Slob. 01_B10twe02
Alan Nicol and Karen Curzons in Don’t Blame it on the Boots, performed by Whiting Bay Club of Drama and Music. 01_B10tweY03
The cast of The Incredible Bulk at Bikini Beach performed by Lamlash Junior Drama Club. 01_B10tweY04
The cast of Shiskine WRI’s A Respectable Family Business. 01_B10tweY05
Shiskine Juniors perform in Do-It-Yourself Frankenstein Outfit. 01_B10tweY06
Elspeth MacDonald and Tanya Fox of the Pirnmill Players in Girl on an Empty Swing. 01_B10tweY07