This riveting one-hour show will weave distinct strands: film, dialogue, live music and images to allow the audience to experience a four-year artistic response by Cormac Breatnach arising out of a single traumatic event which affected him from the age of 13 into his adulthood. Breatnach’s brother – Osgur was one of three men wrongfully arrested, tortured and forced to incriminate himself for a crime he did not commit. The Sallins Mail Train Robbery Case in 1978 was the longest running trial in the history of the State.
- Cormac Breatnach: Whistles and voice
- Daire Bracken: Fiddle and loops
- Martin Tourish: Accordion
- Luis Poveda: Images