Monday March 30, 2020

Irish women’s party gets darkly comic feminist alternative history

In The Roaring Banshees, members of Cumann na mBan establish a nationalist, feminist splinter group who try – and fail – to stop partition by assassinating Éamon de Valera

18th August, 2019
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The Roaring Banshees: Laura Brady, Amy Dunne, Clodagh Mooney Duggan, Aoife Spratt, Neasa Matthews, Ali Fox and Aine Ni Laoghaire Pic: Ken McGuire

The Roaring Banshees

by Peter McGann and John Morton

Smock Alley Theatre

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