A series of workshops exploring the exodus of protestants from the West Bank of the Foyle in the early years of the troubles is being run over the coming days on both sides of the river.
Author Jonathan Burgess has written a series of short scenes
which will be performed as part of ‘The Exile Project’, which is being run by the Church of Ireland Christ Church parish in Derry to discuss why so many protestants left the city centre, and what the consequences of that exodus have been.
Jonathan Burgess says members of all communities are being urged to take part in the workshops to explore what he says is a painful episode in the city’s history………….
Dates, times and venues –
Tues 5th Feb 1.30pm
Caw Community Centre, Nelson Drive, Waterside
Tues 5th Feb 7.30pm
Christ Church, Infirmary Road, Bogside
Wed 6th Feb 7pm
Ráth Mór Centre, Bligh’s Lane, Creggan
Thurs 7th Feb 7.30pm
The Diocesan Office, 24 London Street
Fri 8th Feb 1.30pm
Newbuildings Community Centre for Contemporary Christianity in Ireland