A powerful digital theatre performance from Tinderbox
From March 12-14 Tinderbox will premiere Louise Mathews’ original and powerful new piece of missing memoirs, Immaculate, as part of E-Motion 21.
Due to lockdown and restrictions,Tinderbox have radically redirected their Creativity in Motion tour to a series of online creative workshops and performances to help and entertain during periods of isolation.
The Immaculate project is comprised of a full recording of the brilliant Immaculate album and the premiere of the Immaculate digital theatre performance directed by Patrick J O’Reilly, as part of Féile an Earraigh 2021.
Immaculate is based on a true story of an artist struggling to piece together the life of her uncle Anthony, who tragically died in the early 90s and whose cause of death is unknown. Through Immaculate, the artist is determined to reclaim his life, get the justice he deserves and celebrate equality, in this powerful song cycle performance featuring music by Stuart Robinson.
Director Patrick J O’Reilly said: “Immaculate is a powerful tribute to our history of inequality and shame, a celebration of where we are today and a call to action for a future that recognises everyone as equal in our society.”