Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival

Description

More than 150 events will take place from 27 April - 7 May in Belfast's historic Cathedral Quarter. Events will include visual art, film, literature, spoken word and theatre, theatrical readings and performances.

Music headliners include Cara Dillon, Duke Special, Dana Masters, Robert Cray, Chip Taylor, Breathe: The Pink Floyd Experience, Booker T Jones and The Americans.

The comedy line-up features Richard Herring, Rich Hall, Sofie Hagen, Tony Law, Jeremy Hardy and Bridget Christie.

The theatre programme includes The Man from Moogaga, Anton:Saviour of Belfast, Scorch, My Father's Chair, Both Sides and Mule.

For the full programme, visit www.cqaf.com/2017.

Venue

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival
Various Venues
Belfast
BT1 5AD
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Dates

27 Apr 2017 - 7 May 2017
(Check local listings for starting times)

Price

Prices vary - check event website

Venue website

www.cqaf.com

Map

Venue

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival
Various Venues
Belfast
BT1 5AD
Read More ›

Dates

27 Apr 2017 - 7 May 2017
(Check local listings for starting times)

Price

Prices vary - check event website

Venue website

www.cqaf.com

Festival Events

Cara Dillon

29 Apr 2017

A Thousand Hearts, Cara Dillon’s fifth solo album, is another small masterpiece of song and emotion, ethereal and radiant, beautifully honed and perfectly true. The extraordinary Dungiven born singer makes music that transcends genres and... Read More ›

Dana Masters

4 May 2017

Join us for a ‘Supper Club’ Experience in the Festival Marquee.

Originally from the Deep South in the United States, Dana grew up with sound of soul, rhythm and blues and gospel music all around her.

Moving to Northern Ireland in... Read More ›

Duke Special, Ulaid and the Henry Girls

3 May 2017

Drawing on their influences from the traditional music world and pre-rock and roll songwriting, Ulaid and Duke Special combine forces to create an original work called ‘Belfast Suite.’

Exploring the collection of noted historian and... Read More ›

Mule

7 May 2017

Omnibus presents their critically acclaimed production Mule.

How does the seemingly innocent adventure of a summer spent in the party capital of the world spiral out of control and end locked up in a notoriously hard core South American... Read More ›