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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Review: DANCING AT LUGHNASA – A strong cast and a sweet story about sisters...

DANCING AT LUGHNASA until 27th September The most acclaimed  and loved play by Brian Friel, Beautifully  directed by Annabelle  Comyn. The play is set in rural Donegal in 1936 and tells the...

How These Desperate Men Talk – Performed every 10 mins at Friday’s Culture night

A short onstreet performance of this play by Enda Walsh performed every 10 mins on Culture Night: 55 Waring Street! How These Desperate Men Talk is a play by award-winning...

SMILEY : A new play by Gary Mitchell 4 June – 2nd July Lyric...

A former professional footballer puts a five-a-side soccer team together to win a lucrative competition, but things go awry when ex-paramilitaries force the team to steal the money instead...
Paperboy - 1970s exhibition at Lyric

Paperboy exhibition at Lyric celebrates cultural icons of the 1970s

British Youth Music Theatre (BYMT), the team behind the smash-hit musical adaption of Tony Macaulay’s international best seller Paperboy, has teamed up with National Museums NI on a very...

Dan Gordon to make his Danske Bank Stage debut in co-production of The Shadow...

Dan Gordon to make his Danske Bank Stage debut in co-production of The Shadow of a Gunman Belfast-born Dan Gordon will next month make his long-awaited debut on the Lyric Theatre’s...
Rawlife Theatre Company - The Sword and the Sand

NEW DARK COMEDY REVEALS GRITTY REALITY OF LIMITED CHOICE

West Belfast meets East (the Middle-East that is) in this new hard-hitting, dangerous comedy by Belfast writer Pearse Elliott and Rawlife Theatre Company. Award winning writer Pearse Elliott and Rawlife...

Review : Tuesdays with Morrie @LyricBelfast “Funny, touching and always a gem of wisdom”

Tuesdays With Morrie is based on Mitch Albom's novel, which spent over four years on the New York Times Bestseller list. It is Albom's autobiographical novel of a career-obsessed...
After the End Lyric Theatre

After the End : Lyric Theatre Belfast 1st – 3rd February

Location: The Lyric Theatre Belfast Date: 1st – 3rd February – showing at 8pm each evening. There is also a matinee show on Saturday 3rd February at 2:45pm. Ticket price: £14 (£1.20 booking fee) /concession: £12 After...

Pan Narrans’ Ghost Stories – Thursday 29th October

"At their essence ghost stories provide the listener with a kind of pleasing terror" Pan Narrans was built around the premise of Storytelling. Our name means "The Storytelling Ape" and all...

NY award-winning play, The Flood comes to the Lyric Theatre 4-8 November

  The Flood BY DANIEL MCCABE  4 - 8 NOVEMBER NAUGHTON STUDIO, LYRIC THEATRE Set in New York’s Lower East Side on the night of a devastating storm, The Flood plays out between two...

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