Dates: 01 Jan - 01 Jan

Adam & Paul is ten years old this year. This special opening event celebrates the film with a special screening of the film at Project Arts Centre, followed by a short documentary and a discussion about the representation of drug users in the mass media. In March THEATREclub will screen the film at metadone clinics in the city centre and document drug users responses to the film, as well as their reflections on the current drug trends. Where would Adam & Paul be today? After that, we will be joined by artists Lenny Abrahamson, Mark O’Halloran & Louise Lewis as well as journalists from the tabloid press to discuss the journey of the film as well as how drug users are represented by the media and what impact that has on their lives. Who is telling that story and what responsibility are they taking?

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