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Fintry Amateur Dramatic Society

With around 40 enthusiastic adult members and a raft of talented children from Fintry and many of the surrounding villages (and Glasgow!), the Club is a great mix of ages and experience. Our audiences have grown to expect a high standard of performance, with attention to detail in set design, costumes, make-up, lighting and sound all contributing to the quality of our productions.


We aim to stage something in Fintry each spring and autumn and work to have an entry in the annual SCDA One-Act Play competition – plus a rip-roaring pantomime at the end of every year.


We’re always looking to welcome new members, so either come along to one of our social events or click the button below if you’d like to join us.

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Spring One-Act Plays 

'Mr Moonlight', by Kim Millar and 'The Book Club of Little Witterington (After The Fete)' by Joan Greening

17th, 19th & 20th April in the Menzies Hall, Fintry

Mr Moonlight

When hit maker and Hollywood star, Frankie Vaughan, intervened in gang warfare on the streets of Easterhouse in the 1960s, some people dismissed it as a publicity stunt by a vain do-gooder intent only on selling records. In reality, having come from nothing himself, he understood the problems facing communities blighted by gangs and thought he could do something to help these young people. And he did.

Set in Glasgow's Barrowlands Ballroom, it's the story of how Frankie Vaughan's life-long affinity for Glasgow and its people might have come about.

The Book Club Of Little Witterington 
In this light comedy, the ladies of the village book club have gathered to discuss Nevil Shute’s ‘On The Beach’. However, most of them seem far more interested in gossiping about events at the recent village fete – in particular, a certain book club member’s liaison with the local vicar…

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