The Bitter Game Review

A one man show, written and performed by Keith A Wallace is a powerful piece of theatre exploring life and culture in African-American communities and hammers home the message that black lives matter. In an interview Wallace said that although he draws a diverse crowd, his expected audience was white and middle class. The fact… Continue reading The Bitter Game Review

Heartbreak – Emmet Kirwan

A powerful spoken word poem, and the most memorable piece to come from ThisIsPopBaby's "RIOT", Kirwan tells the story of a young working class woman and her experience. From looking at sexism faced on a daily basis to showing the hypocrisy of a society that condemns her for being a poor single mother, while papers… Continue reading Heartbreak – Emmet Kirwan

The Train Review – from Irish Women’s Liberation Movement to Repeal 

The Train, a musical written by Arthur Riordan, is a force of energy, a celebration of the women involved in the contraceptive train, a damnation of the interwoven nature of church and state and a clear message of support for the repeal of the 8th amendment. Developed with women who were on the train, the show… Continue reading The Train Review – from Irish Women’s Liberation Movement to Repeal