A contemporary art exhibition reflecting on 20 years of peace in Northern Ireland.
Sat 7 December 2019 – Sat 18 January 2020
Green & Blue explores the painful and humorous realities faced by the individuals who patrolled the Irish border during the height of conflict. Written by Laurence McKeown, directed by Paula McFetridge and performed by James Doran and Vincent Higgins, the play is based on an oral archive of police officers. Thoughtful, challenging and entertaining. This production looks at the person behind the uniform and what it’s like to be hunted when you’re protecting a man-made line on the ground. A drama of substantial insight and revelation and a life-affirming celebration of the end of the dark days.
Extracts from the opening roundtable and breakout sessions at last year's on line Exchange Forum: Understanding the Strategies of Art for Reconciliation, exploring artistic strategies for peacebuilding, through a series of discussions with artists, participants and funders.
=== The opening Roundt...
A short documentary of the recent exchange forum at Queen's Film Theatre in Belfast.
Affluence Taking ‘toilet humour’ to a whole new level… Forget ‘the flegs’ and ‘power sharing’ – it’s all about ‘pipe sharing’ in Wesley Burrowes’ comedy play Affluence. The show take place in The Waterside Theatre on Tuesday 30th July 2019, for one night only!