The Playhouse has a strong record of developing arts initiatives in partnership with a wide variety of statutory and community / voluntary sector agencies with the aims of promoting a wide range of personal / social benefits including Community Relations development, social inclusion & personal development.
This programme uses a range of artists with significant experience of using arts activity in conflict areas / areas of social breakdown to promote healing and reconciliation within Northern Ireland / Border Counties.
Dr Liam Campbell is the Community Relations Officer with The Playhouse. He is also a lecturer in Creative Writing and English Literature, and has published both creatively and academically. His own play The Harbinger (2011) won the Greer Garson Award for Drama. Liam has given many talks across Europe and America on the power of storytelling, innovative approaches to teaching and learning, and the literature of the 20th Century.
For more information contact Liam on (028)71 268 027 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Derry City and Strabane District Council Good Relations programme in association with The Playhouse Community Relations outreach initiative have developed a compelling production, which comes in the form of a dramatic reading, is the result of many testimonies and truths that have been sourced from members and supporters of the LGBT community in and around the Strabane area. The script itself, developed by LGBT writer and activist Hilary McCollum, is a unified gathering of tales of struggle and pride, often against the shadow of the Troubles and the rule of the gun.
The project will culminate in a performance of 'Lives Under the Radar' at The Alley Theatre, Strabane on Saturday 13th February 2016 at 8pm.
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