Andrew-Redican_transcript.pdf

Untitled Story, by Andrew Redican (story transcript) Deposited

Story Title: Untitled Story, by Andrew Redican

Collection: The Memory Project (collection)
Organisation: Smashing Times Theatre Company Ltd. (organisation)

Andrew Redican gives an account of life living close to the border during the period of the Troubles.

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Title
Untitled Story, by Andrew Redican (story details)
Description
The video interview with Andrew Redican was carried out by Smashing Times Theatre Company Ltd. as part of The Memory Project. It is one of 12 video interviews. The film interview was recorded at Abbey Arts Centre, Ballyshannon, Republic of Ireland on 29 September 2013.
At the time of the interview Andrew Redican was a retired secondary school teacher living in Drumkeerin, County Leitrim, Republic of Ireland.
Creator
Smashing Times Theatre Company Ltd.
Publisher
Smashing Times Theatre Company Ltd.
Date
2013
Format
Video
Language
English
Story Title
Untitled Story, by Andrew Redican
Story Available
Yes
Story Format
Video
Story Source
The story has been deposited with Accounts of the Conflict.
Film interview available at website:
https://vimeo.com/120173436
Interview transcript also available:
http://www.smashingtimes.ie/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Interview-with-Andrew-Redican-Transcript-The-Memory-Project-Smashing-Times-Theatre-Company.pdf
Interviewee Surname
Redican
Interviewee Forename(s)
Andrew
Interviewee Gender
Male
Religion
Catholic
Marital Status
Married
Birth Country
Republic of Ireland
Current Occupation
Retired
Occupation during conflict
Secondary School Teacher
Previous Address
Drumkeeran [County Leitrim, Republic of Ireland]
Status
Civilian
Story Abstract
Andrew Redican gives an account of life living close to the border during the period of the Troubles.
Dates Mentioned
1969 [1960s];
Events Mentioned
Hunger Strike (1981)
Organisations Mentioned
British Army (BA);
Sinn Féin (SF)

Publication InformationShowHide

Title
Untitled Story, by Andrew Redican (story transcript)
Creator
Smashing Times Theatre Company Ltd.
Date
29 September 2013
Format
PDF version of transcript
Language
English
Author
Andrew Redican
Publication Title
Transcript of interview with
Publisher Location
Dublin
Publisher
Smashing Times Theatre Company Ltd.
Publication Type
Transcript
Publication Status
Published on-line
Number of Pages
8

Collection InformationShowHide

Title
The Memory Project (collection)
Description
"The Memory Project is an exciting, innovative arts programme that uses drama and theatre to deal with the past and build pathways for the future and to promote peace, reconciliation and mutual understanding in Northern Ireland and the southern border counties.
The project is run by Smashing Times Theatre Company in collaboration with Corrymeela Community / Irish Peace Centres and is funded through the EU’s European Regional Development fund through the PEACE III Programme for Peace and Reconciliation managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.
The project consists of a series of creative storytelling happenings, workshops and dramatic performances, along with a television documentary which will be made to record the process." (from the Smashing Times Theatre Company website)
In addition to the 12 filmed interviews (involving 15 interviewees), the project also produced an hour-long documentary entitled 'The Memory Project: Stories from the Shadows' which documented the work of the theatre company, over the course of two years, as it carried out the project.
Two theatre productions were also presented as part of The Memory Project.
Creator
Smashing Times Theatre Company Ltd.
Publisher
Smashing Times Theatre Company Ltd.
Date
2015
Stories Collected
12
Stories Deposited
11

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Title
Smashing Times Theatre Company Ltd. (organisation)
Description
"Smashing Times is a professional theatre and film company involved in performance, training and participation. The work is underpinned by a rights-based approach and a commitment to artistic excellence and social engagement. The company has four high profile patrons – Sabina Higgins, Áras an Uachtaráin First Lady; Joan Freeman, CEO, Pieta House; Ger Ryan, Actor; and Tim Pat Coogan, Author and Historian.
The company was established in 1991 by a group of women actors, who met at the Focus Theatre, Dublin. These women were interested in challenging the elitist position that theatre sometimes holds in Irish society. Today the work takes place at local, national and transnational levels and is presented in a range of settings from the professional theatre space to on tour in schools and communities where we are invited to work with people collaboratively." (from the Smashing Times Theatre website)
Smashing Times has undertaken a number of projects and The Memory Project (2012-2015) involved story-telling related to the Northern Ireland conflict.
Date Formed
1991
Status
In operation (checked February 2015)
Address
Coleraine House
Coleraine Street
Dublin 7
Ireland
Telephone
+ 353 (0) 1 8656613
Email
freda@smashingtimes.ie

Citation

Smashing Times Theatre Company Ltd.. (29 September 2013). Untitled Story, by Andrew Redican (story transcript).
Accounts of the Conflict; Accessed: 23 February 2017 <http://accounts.ulster.ac.uk/repo24/index.php/items/show/3498>

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