Liverpool Lambs

Liverpool Lambs

Thu 31 March 2016

Spring 2016 | Drama

by Peter King & Steve Nolan

It's 1916.
The second year of the war to end all wars.
Thousands of Liverpool Irish have joined the British Army, but in Dublin something is stirring.  For the three King brothers it's time to decide...

Liverpool Lambs is the untold story of the men and women of the Liverpool Volunteers who took part in the Easter Rising, raised the flag on the GPO, and prepared the way for the birth of a nation.

Suitable for 8yrs+
There are smoke effects, flashing lights and loud explosions and sounds of gunfire in this production.



2016 will mark the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin against British rule. Made up of organisations such as the Irish Volunteers, Cumann na mBan (League of Women) and the Irish Citizen Army, the failed Rising proved to be a seminal point in British/Irish relations and its impact on Irish history and politics reverberates to this day.

A little known aspect to the Rising is the role the Irish diaspora played in the rebellion. It is now known that over 50 men and women travelled from Liverpool to take part in the fighting during Easter week. Some of these men and women were Irish born, while many were born in Liverpool and joined local companies of the Irish Volunteers and Cumann na mban in Liverpool, from 1913 onwards, to support the implementation of Irish Home Rule. This play aims to tell the story of the volunteers from Liverpool, through drama, dance and music


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show details

Dates: Thu 31 Mar
Times: 8pm 
Running time: 90 mins with interval
Prices: £5 all tickets
Charges: 50p card transaction | £1 postage

Venue: Unity One

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