BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
The Nenagh Arts Centre Presents:
After the famine in 1850’s Ireland, two Catholic brothers were hanged for murder.
‘The Cormack Brothers’ feature film depicts the events leading up to the murder of John Ellis, the trial of the two brothers, and fifty years on, their reburial.
This is a powerful chapter in Irish history, a true story that shows the corruption of a court system, controlled by the British Government.
The Cormack Brothers were wrongfully convicted, but they had no idea of their influence on the fate of Ireland and it’s fight for independence.
Thursday, 23rd April at Nenagh Arts Centre.
Three Screenings will take place at 11am, 2pm, and 8pm.
Booking from Nenagh Arts Centre Box Office, Banba Square or online here.