Feel free to contact us. Also see About for a brief history of AnNua. In the Productions section you will find a description of each of our works to date together with links to recorded music and text. News will keep you up to date and also contains interviews with artists and about our work.
HOME is a play about migrants, identity, borders and a white world in crisis.
“‘Home’ is a beautifully written and performed work … It shows real compassion for the plight of refugees. It could go on to become a classic”.
Tom Calderbank (The Nerve Review,Liverpool)
HOME Nerve Review
HOME is a narrative of Irish migration linked to migration internationally.
SEE MORE AT HOME
“Collaborating with AnNua proved to be a fruitful and enriching experience. Working with a talented group of performers from different disciplines was a joy” Karen Torley, Banyan Puppet Theatre
Since 2009 AnNua have worked with well over 100 artists including writers, audio and visual artists, actors,puppeteers, dancers, composers and musicians. Associates are from the North West of Ireland, Australia, England, America and Asia . Visit Associates for commentary from artists currently working with AnNua and click on the individual to find out more. If you wish to inquire about becoming an Associate please contact us.
Created by AnNua and Associated Artists
Civilians’ is a stream of consciousness with scripted scenes moving between war, shopping, torture, displacement, lifestyle, surveillance and escapism. The work has a dream like quality, at times verging on nightmare. See more at Civilians.
The wind stirs the course grass on the sand dunes and little puffs of sand track wispily along … and for another time on that beautiful, lonely beach at dawn, I wondered:
WHY AM I
Derry writer and actor Vin McCullagh is working with AnNua and Banyan to remount Why Am I, Vin’s poetic biopic on the experience of manic depression.
Why AM I will be staged through Echo Echo April 20 and 21. Book at http://www.wegottickets.com/f/10812
“This project has been supported by the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland through
the Acorn Fund.”