Armagh Gaol was the primary prison for women during the Troubles until 1986.

Using protocols of co-authorship, inclusivity and life-story telling, this film reveals the experiences of prison officers, prisoners, chaplains, solicitors, and doctors, as they walk and talk their way around the dilapidated site. These stories, some made public for the first time, describe what it was like to pass through the gates of this Victorian prison.

Followed by a Q&A with director Cahal McLaughlin.