The Apology is a short performance that brings together diverse experiences of Ireland’s housing crisis as one compelling narrative.
The Apology is the first public act from ‘Multi-Story – Creative Engagement for Housing Change’, a project by artists Fiona Whelan and Feidlim Cannon, and Housing Action Now, developed through a unique online collaborative arts process, exploring direct experiences of housing injustice through collective writing and performative story-telling.
Housing Action Now is a collective of community workers, researchers, activists and artists concerned with the growing housing crisis in Ireland. HAN works with representatives from renters unions, those working with asylum seekers, refugees, disabled people, Traveller organisations, housing and homelessness and those in the student accommodation housing sectors. Multi-Story Act 1: The Apology is supported by Create through the Arts Council’s Commissions Award 2020.
Join the Multi-Story team on Tuesday the 22nd of February at 6pm to experience The Apology, and build solidarity in the fight for housing justice.