5. Language of policy, unequal professional structures, and the need for support by 4elements Theatre Company published on 2018-02-05T12:21:12Z Daughters of the Revolution is an innovative, theatre based approach to public engagement, with the key aim of bringing women, families, and healthcare professionals together in a creative space, rebuilding trust through constructive dialogue on maternity service provision in Ireland. The project is based around a witty and fast-paced theatrical play which explores a woman’s journey through maternity care in Ireland. The performance is followed by a facilitated post-show discussion between the audience and a panel of experts. In September 2017, 4elements had hugely successful performances in the Coombe Women and Infants Hospital (CWIUH), with both performances selling out. This playlist is from the Friday night post-show discussion between the audience and and post-show panellists; Assistant Director of Midwifery in the National Maternity Hospital Holles Street, Margaret Hanahoe, consultant obstetrician Dr Jennifer Donnelly (Rotunda) and Deb Davis of Wicklow Doulas.