How can we release ourselves from the prison of the past?
Release, the third original Playhouse, Theatre of Witness production presented in co-operation with Holywell Trust, is performed by men from a variety of backgrounds who are working to coming to terms with the legacies of their past. They share their extraordinary interrelated stories about their lives during the Troubles and beyond.
Theatre of Witness is a unique form of performance created by its founder and artistic director, Teya Sepinuck, in which the stories of those whose voice hasn't been heard in society are performed by the people who have directly experienced the issues being explored. Theatre of Witness puts a face and a heart to societal issues of suffering and transformation.
"The single most powerful event of theatre and witness I've seen in my life" Audience Member
"Courageous, brave and inspirational" Audience Member
Thursday 25 Oct to Saturday 27th 2012 The Playhouse Theatre, Derry/Londonderry 8pm
Tuesday 30th Oct 2012 The Riverside Theatre, Coleraine 8pm
Sunday 4th Nov 2012 The Hawkswell Theatre, Sligo 8pm
Tuesday 6th Nov 2012 The Island Hall Lagan Valley Island, Lisburn 8pm
Thursday 8th Nov 2012 The Bardic Theatre, Donaghmore 8pm
Friday 9th Nov 2012 Waterfront, Belfast 8pm
Monday 12th Nov 2012 The Braid Theatre, Ballymena 8pm
Tuesday 13th Nov 2012 The Brian Friel Theatre, Queens, Belfast7.30pm
Wed 14th Nov 2012 The Brian Friel Theatre, Queens, Belfast 7.30pm
Sun 18th Nov 2012 The Waterside Theatre ,Derry/Londonderry 8pm
This Project is supported by the PEACE III Programme, managed for the Special EU Programmes Body by the Community Relations Council/Pobal Consortium.