ST. PAUL'S CHURCH CAMBRIDGE
30 JANUARY - 20 FEBRUARY
Marking the 50th Anniversary of
Bloody Sunday (30 January 1972).
On the right and below: Tom Kelly (one of the Bogside Artists) talking about the murals during seminar hosted by the Department of War Studies, with Prof. Rachel Kerr and Dr. Craig Larkin on. 29 January.
SATURDAY 12 FEBRUARY 2-4 pm
ARTIST'S TALK and Q&A
Tom Kelly, one of the three original Bogside Artists who painted the series of murals on Rossville Street in the Bogside will be talking about the murals and his experiences in the Bogside during the Troubles.
For and interview with Tom Kelly by the Cambridge Independent newspaper on Wednesday 26 February 2022 click here
SATURDAY 12 FEBRUARY 7.30 pm
FILM "THE BOGSIDE STORY"
The film follows the Italian photojournalist Fulvio Grimaldi, who took the iconic photograph of Fr. Edward Daly waving a bloodstained handkerchief as he returns to the Bogside and views the mural painted by the Bogside Artists. In addition to contributions from Father Daly there are commentaries from John Hume, the former leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) and key player in the Northern Ireland peace process.
The film will be followed by a Q&A with Tom Kelly.
For a trailer click here
SUNDAY 13 FEBRUARY 2-4 pm
ARTIST'S TALK and Q&A
For info see Saturday afternoon 12 February
MONDAY 14 FEBRUARY 2-4 pm
ART, STORY AND RECONCILIATION
Tom Kelly will talk about his involvement in the theatre production Anything Can Happen 1972: Voices from the heart of the Troubles by Damian Gorman. The production is based on the memories and stories from those directly affected and was funded by the EU's Peace IV Programme to support peace and reconciliation.
For a trailer with Tom Kelly click here
For the full production click here
The session will be facilitated by Patrick Morris, Co-Artistic Director at Menagerie Theatre Company, Cambridge, and Hilary Cox Condron, community artist and activist and Cambridgeshire County Councillor.
5 February 3-5 pm: Seminar Looking Back and Looking Forward: Memory and Hope in Art Born of Conflict, hosted by the Department of Theology and Religious Studies with Prof. Ben Quash, Dr. Scott Nethersole, Revd Dr Sam Wells, The Revd Dr Jamie Hawkey and curator Dr. Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin.
5 February 6.30 pm, Documentary The Bogside Story by Italian film producers Rocco Forte and Pietro Laino