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Green Curtain Theatre 2021

Green Curtain theatre was set up ten years ago to create, produce and stage theatre which told the stories of Irish people who had made their home in Great Britain.



St Patrick’s Day 2022 – Young Performers wanted 

Last year we invited the younger members of our community to perform a piece for us. We filmed them in their own homes over Zoom as the Covid restrictions were in place and produced a video. We would like to do the same this year only bigger and better and are inviting children aged 12 and under to take part, either on their own or with a member of their family.

Click here for more details of how to apply.


‘Looking Back Across the Water’ is a compilation of monologues, written by members of the Irish diaspora living in Great Britain. For this project we asked people to write a monologue which revealed told the stories why some Irish people had chosen to make their home in Great Britain since 1921.  Here is the video:

 “Songs From the Heart- Songs From Home”

For this project we recorded why a particular  Irish song meant so much to the following people.
‘The Rose of Tralee’ to Ethel Corduff
‘Bless This House’ to Hugh
The Fields of Athenry’ to Sinead Savage
‘Bi Thusa Mo Shuile’ to Crystal Baigent
‘Danny Boy’ to Daniel Kearney
‘Mheilte Cheann Dubhrann’  to Margaret Felton

Click on the link to listen to these recordings.






Listen to Green Curtain’s director Anne Curtis being interviewed by Marian Larragyhttps://youtu.be/gMX-7NbL3dw from Camden Community Radio