A Contemporary Christianity Project
A play written and produced by Philip Orr
About 1916 - Set in 1966
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.
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Saturday 10th September at 7.30pmMAGHERAFELT 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 7.30pmBALLYWALTER VILLAGE HALL Public Performance. Places are free. Organised in partnership with Ards and North Down Council Good Relations Department Contact: Donna Mackey email@example.com
Tuesday 13th September at 1.45pmUniversity 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or Nicola Ward email@example.com
Thursday 15th September at 12.30pmBELFAST 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 12.45pmContact David Smyth at EANI firstname.lastname@example.org or Nicola Brady at ICC email@example.com