Monologues mark Women's Day Festival

A series of nine specially-commissioned monologues to highlight the issue of Amnesty’s Stop Violence Against Women campaign will be performed next week in Dublin.

A series of nine specially-commissioned monologues to highlight the issue of Amnesty’s Stop Violence Against Women campaign will be performed next week in Dublin.

Directed by Jim Culleton, the 'She Was Wearing…' monologues take place at SS Michael & John in Temple Bar at 8pm on March 5.

Tickets are priced from €13 to €20.

This is a series of monologues by Sebastian Barry, Maeve Binchy, Dermot Bolger, Michael Collins, Stella Feehily, Rosalind Haslett, Roisin Ingle, Marian Keyes and Gavin Kostick.

Each of these nine short monologues has been inspired by an item of clothing. They have all been commissioned by Fishamble to highlight the issues of the campaign and to celebrate the experiences of women worldwide.

The performance lasts approximately 50 minutes and is part of Amnesty’s International Women’s Day Festival.

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