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14 Voices from the Bloodied Field – Abbey Theatre Watch Online

14 Voices from the Bloodied Field – Abbey Theatre Watch Online

Marking the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday

This is a collection of new work on a very interesting topic and promises to be quite an entertaining evening. It’s all available online on the 20th of November on the Abbey’s social media channels. Full details are below.

The Abbey Theatre in partnership with the G.A.A. presents 14 Voices from the Bloodied Field.

14 writers, 14 directors and 14 actors to give voice to the men, woman, and children who were killed in Croke Park on 21 November 1920.

Streaming online 20 November 2020

This month, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, the Abbey Theatre partners for the first time with the G.A.A. to give voice to the 14 men, woman, and children who were killed in Croke Park on that day.

The writers:

Deirdre Kinahan, Fionn Foley, Timmy Creed, Billy Roche, Jo Egan, Stephen Brennan, Jimmy Smallhorne, Lynda Radley, Tracy Martin, Paul Howard, Barbara Bergin, Thomas Kilroy, Colin Murphy & Jimmy Murphy.

The directors:

Jo Mangan, Jeda de Brí, Tom Creed, Raymond Keane, Maisie Lee, Jane Brennan, Emma Jordan, Dan Colley, Sarah Jane Scaife, Ben Barnes, Ronan Phelan, Stephen Rea, Eoghan Carrick & Veronica Coburn.

The actors:

Caitriona Ennis, Ian O’Reilly, Alex Murphy, Moe Dunford, Shane O’Reilly, Liam Heslin, Steve Blount, Jack Galvin, Bryan Burroughs, Frank Blake, Jake Verrecchia, Laurence Kinlan, Marty Rea & Callan Cummins.

On the eve of the centenary, at 7 pm, this commemorative performance will be streamed on the Abbey Theatre’s YouTube, Facebook and Twitter channels, and on abbeytheatre.ie.  It will be available to watch for 48 hours.

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