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The representation of violence in Northern Irish art
Shane Alcobia-Murphy

and formulae’.9 On 6 December 2002 the Ridiculusmus Theatre Group staged the aptly named production Say Nothing at London’s Pit Theatre. The two-man play defies paraphrase. It is a hilariously cyclical seventy-minute tour de force, a satire on the so-called Peace Process, the lack of progress of which it encapsulates both thematically and stylistically. Kevin, a peace studies graduate, has moved to Derry to work in conflict resolution, running conferences entitled ‘Hands Across the Barricades’ and encouraging cultural diversity amongst the populace. Dishearteningly

in Irish literature since 1990