Twinsome Minds is a multimedia performance by Professor Richard Kearney in collaboration with Associate Professor of Fine Arts Sheila Gallagher.
Through an interplay of storytelling, animation, music and poetry, Twinsome Minds re-imagines a series of micro-narratives surrounding 1916 in Dublin and the battlefields of Belgium.
These stories and images of eclipsed history concentrate on ‘twinned’ pairs – family members, neighbours, school friends, lovers – who ended up on opposite sides during this time of great upheaval in British-Irish relations.
This event is in conjunction with Creative Centenaries and will be hosted at the Nerve Centre.
Entry to Twinsome Minds is free. To secure a ticket, email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of tickets you would like.