Locating Lynch in the tradition of John McGrath’s popular theatre allows his work to be seen as both recovering working class experience and, crucially, probing mythologies that have justified and perpetuated political violence. The paper is focused particularly on two of Lynch’s most recent works: Holding Hands at Paschendale (2006) and The Long Kesh Chronicles (2009).
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|Event||Radical Irish Theatre Symposium - Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, United Kingdom|
Duration: 6 Feb 2009 → 7 Feb 2009
|Other||Radical Irish Theatre Symposium|
|Period||6/02/09 → 7/02/09|