Green Curtain theatre are determined that the Corona virus won’t stop us being creative in 2021. Below are a few ways in which you can get involved.
1. By Performing
‘Craic Trasna na Míle’
Online Performance evenings.
‘Craic Trasna na Míle’ translates to ‘Craic Across the Miles’ . Without live events it is almost impossible for actors and other artists to find places to showcase their talent. So, beginning in mid January we will be holding a regular online performance evenings using the Zoom platform to allow great people like you, wherever you live the opportunity to perform your work even in you are stuck at home self isolating!
Click here to find out more.
2. By writing
‘Looking Back Across the Water 1921-2021’ – Reflections on the first 100 years of Irish Independence.
The Anglo-Irish Treaty, which was ratified one hundred years ago, on the 6th December 1921, brought an end to the Irish War of Independence and established the Irish Free State, now the Republic of Ireland.
Green Curtain Theatre will be producing a piece of theatre to mark this occasion. We are looking for contributions from writers of all levels of experience. Click here to find out more about the project.
3. By telling us about an Irish Song that has important memories for you
In this project we want to connect people’s stories with Irish songs and turn these stories and songs into a piece of audio or visual theatre. Anyone with a story to tell can take part so please don’t think that we are just looking for writers.
Is there a particular well known Irish song that means a lot to you? A song which brings back a particular memory or makes you think of certain person every time you hear it? Perhaps it was a song of consolation for someone you know, or a song which evokes happier times of great evenings spent with friends or family. Alternatively, it could be a song that reminds you of something sad. If so, we’d love to hear about it. Please get in touch through our Contact Page putting “Songs From the Heart” in the Subject line and we will get back to you.
Thanks to Klimkin from Pixababy for use of his images.