was staged in the OLV Building in July 2016
Over 2 days participants presented ‘1916 Kids’ to a full house. Participants spent the majority of 2015 researching the 1916 Rising. The production involved performances from many newcomers. Tommy KD opened the show with a rap about the Rising.
Watch a short video from production above.
Live performance of ‘Get Stoned’
on Grafton Street in June 2016 as part of the Decriminalising Drugs Campaign
This was RADE’s first live street theatre performance. We were asked to partake in the awareness campaign by students from University College Dublin.
RADE Art available on loan
to brighten up your world!
We are currently rotating our various art exhibitons throughout many projects in Dublin. All you need is some exhibtion space and for a small fee we will supply, fit and rotate previous and current participants art creations. Currently we are offering this service in Coolmine Therapeutic Community, Ana Liffey Project, Merchants Quay Ireland and Rialto Community Drug Team in St. Andrews.
Contact Eoghan on 01 4548733 for further details.
‘1916/2016’ art exhibition
in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
took place from Monday 3rd Oct to Wednesday 19th Oct 2016.
The exhibition was themed on the aspiration contained within the 1916 Proclamation of “Cherishing all of the children of the nation equally…”. The group discussed this aspiration and applied it to their lived experience. Following their discussion each member of the group designed a symbol of an important aspect to their lives. They then carved the symbols in oak.
The symbols covered areas such as Homelessness, Education, Poverty, Health Care and Justice.
‘Get Stoned’ staged in Croke Park
as part of the Drugs Awareness Conference
President Michael D. Higgins Opens Documentary
at the Irish Film Institute
RADE patron and President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins honoured us by officially launching the documentary RADE Rising and RADE’s comic book A RADE in Dublin on 19th April 2016. This is the Presidents third visit to the project. The event was attended by present and past participants as well as board members, the Lord Mayor of Dublin Criona Ni Dhalaigh, poet Paula Meehan, Dublin Simon CEO Sam McGuinness and participants from many Dublin projects.