Upstate Theatre Project and An Tain Art Centre are proud to present "Women of Independence".
“Women of Independence” is a filmed theatrical performance that presents the real-life experiences of four Louth women during the War of Independence through a cast of community actors.
Produced by An Táin Arts Centre in association with Upstate Theatre Project “Women of Independence” is Part II of the Remembrance Trilogy and the follow up to ‘An Easter Service’ (2016).
This performance, from an entirely female perspective, uses the real-life testimonies of Louth Women, Deirdre Spillane, Máire Fitzpatrick, Mary Kate Harte and Marie Lea-Wilson, to explore the female experiences of the War of Independence.
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Supported by the Arts Council of Ireland, Decade of Centenaries, Department of Culture, Creative Ireland and Create Louth.
The Performance will be available for Online Viewing on Friday 3rd of December 2021 (8pm) or at the Live Screening in An Táin Arts Centre on Sunday 5th of December 2021.
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