Kabosh performs at the March 2017 Feile an Earraigh

Kabosh performs at the March 2017 Feile an Earraigh

This March, as part of the Feile an Earraigh we are delighted to be presenting two of our most loved shows, The West Awakes and Those You Pass On The Street.

The West Awakes
Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th March
Tour begins at Divis Tower at 12pm
Tickets – £8 | Book Online | Phone 028 9024 3343

Take a walk with a difference and see the Falls Road like you never have before. Accompanied by local tour guide Joe Austin you’ll begin your journey at Divis Tower and make your way to Milltown Cemetery. Along the way you will hear incredible stories about local connections with the 1916 Rising and see the history and heritage of the Falls brought to life with original plays from Seth Linder, Kieron Magee, Laurence McKeown and Rosaleen Walsh. Performances will take place in the historic Conway Mill, and the iconic City and Milltown Cemeteries. These will be performed by local actors Maria Connolly, Gerard Jordan and Antoinette Morelli.

The tour lasts for approx 2 1/5 hours
Numbers are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment
This is a walking tour so dress appropriately

Check out the App Streets of Belfast

Those You Pass On The Street
Thursday 16th March | 8pm
Tickets – £8 | Book Online | Phone 028 9024 3343

Those You Pass On The Street, written by Laurence McKeown, explores the complexities of dealing with the legacy of conflict and contrasts party political positioning with individual needs. It challenges the view that any mechanism for dealing with the past is simply about ”whose side gets what”.

The play follows the story of RUC widow, Elizabeth, and Sinn Fein officer, Frank, whose emerging friendship challenges not only their personal preconceptions and beliefs but also those of their family members and friends. The performance us to think about our own beliefs, political stance, prejudices, and to see other perspectives

The performance will be followed by a facilitated discussion with playwright Laurence McKeown

Cast: Vincent Higgins, Paula McFetridge, Carol Moore and Ciaran Nolan