One family. One cause. Two paths…

With a fragile peace hanging over their community, the rifts of the past begin to tear apart the foundations of a prominent Republican family when one of them rejoins the struggle against ‘the age old enemy of the Irish people’…

Why are so many young men seduced by the pull of violent struggle? Marching on Embers tells the story of radicalisation, the allure of violence and the toxic power of ideas against the backdrop of a fractured Northern Ireland...

Cast, Doncaster: Weds, 20th Sept, 7.45pm - Book Here>>

Seven Arts, Leeds: Sat 23rd Sept, 8pm - Book Here>>

Harrogate Theatre: Fri 29th & Sat 30th 7.45pm - Book Here>>

Oldham Library: Weds 4th Oct, 7.00pm - Book Here>>

Square Chapel, Halifax: Thurs 5th Oct, 8.00pm - Book Here>>

Bradford Playhouse: Fri 6th Oct, 7.30pm - Book Here>>

Lantern Theatre, Sheffield: Sat 7th Oct, 7.30pm - Book Here>>


Marching on Embers is touring Autumn 2017. The tour has been made possible with the support of Arts Council England using public funds.

Devised by Buglight Theatre and written by Chris O' Connor.

Directed by Ruth Carney