Halfway House

A Contemporary Christianity Project

HALFWAY HOUSE

A play written and produced by Philip Orr

About 1916 - Set in 1966

halfwayhouseActors: Louise Parker and Antoinette Morelli

Contemporary Christianity are pleased to announce a second tour of the play HALFWAY HOUSE, a major initiative in the centenary year 2016.

1916 A Hundred Years On is yet another creative response to the current decade of political centenaries that have shaped our country for better or for worse.

See dates below.

Please feel free to share this schedule widely and to invite friends.

For further information and updates on other venues please contact at  info@contemporarychristianity.net


Saturday 10th September at 7.30pm

MAGHERAFELT The Bridewell, 6 Church Street Public Performance. Places are free. Organised in partnership with Mid Ulster Council Good Relations Department See web for details: www.midulstercouncil.org/remembering Contact: Oliver Morgan Oliver.Morgan@midulstercouncil.org & Deirdre McCann Deirdre.McCann@midulstercouncil.org

Monday 12th September at 7.30pm

BALLYWALTER VILLAGE HALL Public Performance. Places are free. Organised in partnership with Ards and North Down Council Good Relations Department Contact: Donna Mackey donna.mackey@ardsandnorthdown.gov.uk

Tuesday 13th September at 1.45pm

University of Ulster (Coleraine Campus) This performance has been arranged for postgraduate History Students and will be followed by a discussion. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Doors Open 1.30pm. An entrance charge of £5.00 is payable at the door Contact: Email: Alan McCully aw.mccully@ulster.ac.uk or Nicola Ward na.ward@ulster.ac.uk

Thursday 15th September at 12.30pm

BELFAST BIBLE COLLEGE, Glenburn Road South, Dunmurry, BT17 9JP Public performance, followed by a discussion. Entrance £5.00, pay at the door. Unreserved seating

Tea/coffee at 12.30, play starts at 12.45pm

Contact David Smyth at EANI d.smyth@eauk.org or Nicola Brady at ICC nicola@irishchurches.org

Thursday 15th September at 7.30pm

BELFAST BIBLE COLLEGE, Glenburn Road South, Dunmurry, BT17 9P Public performance, followed by a discussion. Entrance £5.00, pay at the door. Unreserved seating. Tea/coffee at 7:00pm, play starts at 7.30pm followed by discussion after the performance. Contact:Maureen Bennett principal@belfastbiblecollege.com and see website www.belfastbiblecollege.com/halfway-house-drama

Tuesday 20th September at 8.00pm

SACRED HEART PARISH CENTRE, Glenview Street (off Oldpark Road), Belfast BT14 7DP Tea/coffee at 7:30pm, play starts at 8:00pm followed by panel discussion. Entrance £5.00, pay at the door. Unreserved seating. Contact: Martin Magill sacredheart@downandconnor.org

Wednesday 21st September at 8.00pm

DOWNPATRICK: St. Patrick Centre, Market Street BT30 6LZ. Public performance. Doors open 7.30pm, play starts at 8:00pm followed by a facilitated discussion. Entrance £5.00, pay at the door. Unreserved seating. Contact: Henry Hull mailto:henryhull@downcathedral.orgor Adrian Dorrian adriandorrian@gmail.com

THURSDAY 22nd September at 8.00pm

DUNGANNON: Ranfurley House Arts and Visitors Centre, 26 Market Street, Dungannon, BT70 1AB Public Performance. Places are free. Organised in partnership with Mid Ulster Council Good Relations Department. See web for details: www.midulstercouncil.org/remembering Contact: Oliver Morgan Oliver.Morgan@midulstercouncil.org or Deirdre McCann Deirdre.McCann@midulstercouncil.org

FRIDAY 23rd September at 8.00pm

CASTLEWELLAN: The LODGE, 1 Dublin Road, BT31 9AQ Public Performance. Doors open7.30pm, performance at 8.00pm followed by a facilitated discussion. Entrance £5.00-pay at the door. Unreserved seating. Organised in partnership with Castlewellan Inter-church Group in collaboration with Soma Festival Group. Contact: Mary McAnulty mary.dara@gmail.com or Ronnie Hamilton ronjham@gmail.com For further information and updates on other venues please contact us and check our website: www.contemporarychristianity.net or email info@contemporarychristianity.net This tour of HALFWAY HOUSE has been arranged by Contemporary Christianity. This project has benefited from the support of the Northern Ireland Community Relations Council and the Department of Trade and Foreign Affairs Reconciliation Fund CClogo10good crc colour logo 2

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