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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday January 19 2013
07:50 PM

We The People - a Speaker's Corner for Dublin

category dublin | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice author Thursday January 17, 2013 11:24author by Kate Ferris Report this post to the editors

a Speaker's Corner for Dublin
Article 40.6 of the Constitution of Ireland guarantees "the right of the citizens to assemble peaceably and without arms."

Speakers Corner We, The People claims this right.

There's a lot to say right now, a lot to discuss and we need to talk. We need to talk out loud and in public - we, the people.

This is a platform for inspiration, a chance to listen, to argue, to act!

"A rallying point for the disaffected!", as Connolly cried out!
We, the people - a Speakers Corner for Dublin

as part of THE THEATRE MACHINE TURNS YOU ON: Vol 3 "A revolution is a change of mind" at Project Arts Centre

Proudly curated and co-produced by THEATREclub & Project Arts Centre

Speakers include:

SATURDAY 19TH JANUARY 7.50

Ray Yeates (DCC Arts Officer)
Rita Fagan (Community Activist)
Martin Sharry (Theatre Maker)
Shane Byrne (Theatre Maker)
Richard Walsh (Theatre Maker)
Grace Dyas (Theatre Maker)
Conor Madden (Actor and Activist)
Sean Dyas (Community Activist)

Location: Entrance to Meeting House Square, Temple Bar
(Rory Gallagher Corner, outside the Gallery of Photography)

When: Saturday 19th January 2013 7:50pm - 8:25pm

We, The People is a happening as part of THE THEATRE MACHINE TURNS YOU ON: Vol 3 “a revolution is a change of mind”.

The Speakers are invited to speak for a duration of 3 – 5 minutes each on a topic close to their own heart which has resonance to the broader society Here & Now.

The intention is to re-start Speakers Corner, originally initiated by Rossa O’Snodaigh (Kila) that will continue and grow beyond the Festival.

Related Link: http://projectartscentre.ie/programme/whats-on/1701-we-...eople
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