I'm a bit of a novice when it comes to DIY, so I'm after some advice...
I've recently bought a curtain rail for my living room, and I need to fix it to the wall. However, the wall is not brick -- it is dry wall. I believe this means that there is only a small thickness in the wall, then a gap, and then the outer brick wall. The curtain rail itself comes with two brackets and some screws, but very limited instructions.
My question is: Will my wall be able to support the curtain rail? Or will the dry wall be too thin to ensure the screws have a strong fix? And will I need plastic plugs, or will the screws on their own be fine?