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Thursday January 01 1970

Bloody Sunday Commemoration 2008 - Thursday's Events

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Panel Discussion, Documentary Screening and Music

7.30pm Panel Discussion, Ways of Remembering
9.00pm Premiere of Sound Of An Underground
followed by performances by some of those featured in the film including: Eileen Webster, Joe Mulheron.
Bloody Sunday 2008  - Poster
Bloody Sunday 2008 - Poster

Events to commemorate Bloody Sunday, on Thursday include:

7.30pm Panel Discussion, Ways of Remembering
Exploring the importance of representation and memory, this panel event will hear from representatives from: Relatives for Justice, Cunamh, WAVE and Chilean human rights lecturer Roberta Bacic. In particular it will draw on the expression of cultural identity, and the survival of women from around the world.
Venue: Pilotís Row, Rossville Street, Derry.

9.00pm Premiere of the locally produced documentary Sound Of An Underground looking at the history of cutting edge rebel music,
followed by performances by some of those featured in the film including: Eileen Webster, Joe Mulheron.

Venue: Sandinos, Water Street. Derry.
BSWC Fundraiser Event:, Admission £3.00

Full details of all these events are available on the Bloody Sunday Programme page for Thursday, linked to below.

The full programme for Bloody Sunday Commemoration 2008 is available here: http://www.veryderry.com/bloodysunday08/

Related Link: http://www.veryderry.com/bloodysunday08/Thursday.html
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