10 Aug



11am - Full details on how to watch will be available here on the day of the event.

Wavelengths is set in a small Northern Irish town in May 1953, the month that the first transmitting station in the north of Ireland was rushed into operation.

It centres on the birth of TV alongside Joan, Maud and Shirley, a mother and her two daughters who have their own dramas unfolding behind the scenes. Matters are only made worse by a camera crew setting up in town ahead of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

The play explores what we choose to remember and what we choose to forget, and the power dynamics between who is looking and who is looked at

The showing as part of EastSide Arts Festival will take the form of three scenes from the play adapted into short films. Written by Louise Parker with the assistance of Kabosh Theatre Company, Lauren McCune (director for screen) and Jennifer Atcheson (cinematography).

Research and development of the Wavelengths script has been supported by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland.

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